Someone Has Videos of Justin Bieber That We Probably Don’t Want to See [UPDATED]
Justin Bieber may be about to live out his own personal version of 'Sex, Lies, and Videotape' -- because someone who stole his cameras and laptops earlier this week is threatening to release some pretty damning video stored on them.
On Tuesday, after the items were swiped, Bieber complained on Twitter that he'd lost "a lot of personal footage" and thieves suck and so on.
Not long after, a nekkid picture purportedly of the pop star began making the rounds. (Don't worry, we haven't linked to it. We don't want to see it either.) He denied that the junk on display was his, and his fans, in weird Sherlock Holmesian fashion, quickly discerned that the bellybutton and nipples in the photo didn't match Justin's.
The fact that anyone has memorized Justin Bieber's nipples and bellybutton in such detailed manner makes us weep for humanity in a whole new way, but regardless, the scandal seemed to quickly blow over.
Fast forward to Friday. Twitter user @gexwy leaked video of Bieber in his younger days, saying that footage came off the stolen cameras and computers, and sent another clip showing a "wild pool party" to annoying blogger Perez Hilton.
But apparently that abbreviated clip was only a taste of what's to come -- because the anonymous holder of the home movie is now threatening to release the whole thing in its entirety. And he's said he'll do it today.
In the meantime, he's been taunting the Biebs, mocking his lousy computer password and saying when fans see what's in store, they'll change their minds about the cherub-faced singer. For his part, Bieber is putting on a brave face, retorting on Twitter, "no matter what you have and what you post ... i know my fans wont leave me. screw it."
And now? We wait.
UPDATE: Oh thank God. It was just an elaborate ruse. Seems Justin punked the media and this was simply a big build-up to his new video with Nicki Minaj. I mean, yeah, she's pretty horrifying, but not as horrifying as Justin's manbits on display. (And the original title of this article will remain intact because it's still a video we probably don't want to see.)
Kind of pathetic that a song that was already gonna sell a trillion copies needed this kind of push, but on the other hand, ups to him for playing everyone like a baby grand.