The Word: Video: Some girl caught Justin Bieber sleeping

The Look: Justin Bieber at the 40th American Music Awards on Nov. 18 in Los Angeles. Credit: Getty Images
Justin Bieber can’t stop making headlines in Brazil. Credit: Getty Images

I have to admit loving what Brazil is doing to Justin Bieber.

Justin Bieber tries to sing a song? Brazil loves it so much it has to bean him with a water bottle. Justin Bieber wants to swing by a brothel? Brazil is coming too! And it’s bringing cameras! Justin Bieber just needs to cuddle up to his hat and take a nap? Brazil will give him a comically large sofa bed, then wait by his bedside and blow him kisses and film it and put it on the Internet. Brazil loves Justin Bieber like Lenny loves rabbits.

Some girl took this video of Justin napping. It’s unclear if they hooked up, though she would obviously like us to think they did. But I feel like Biebs would have class enough to entertain a lady on a real bed with sheets. I don’t know why I think that. He’s Canadian, I guess. He must have some ancestral politeness remaining.

Bieber, not satisfied with disgusting the world with his public urination and bar fights, is now reportedly consorting with prostitutes.

Biebs is currently in South America, and during a stop in Brazil he swung by Centaurus, an upscale brothel, according to Page Six. The pop star and a friend hung out for several hours inside, then left with two women.


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