He hasn't been the most well behaved boy in showbiz of late but it seems Justin Bieber might be turning over a new leaf. Are you as shocked as we are? Can he ever regain the respect of the public?
In between being snapped underage drinking, outspokenly hoping Anne Frank could've been a Belieber, speeding and spitting, his tour bus busted for drugs and a stun gun in Stockholm, defacing a poster of former U.S president Bill Clinton's face ("F--- Bill Clinton!"), shoving a fan's mobile down his pants, making his bodyguards carry him up the Great Wall of China, reportedly assaulting a tour manager in Seoul, being seen leaving a brothel in Rio - GOOD GOD the list is endless! We can hardly continue.
Making an appearance on Comedy Central's roast event on Saturday, Justin genuinely seemed embarrassed after the show was over, saying "I've turned a lot of people off in the last few years. But I know I can still put out good music and turn everything around. There was really no preparing me for this life. I was thrown into this at 12 years old."
Wanna know what was said about Bieber during his roasting?
Shaquille O'Neal said: "Justin, as a father of six you have to straighten up, son. Last year, you were ranked the fifth most hated person of all time. Kim Jong-un didn't rank that low and he uses your music to torture people."
Chris D'Elia said: "I'm proud of you. You have it all. You are literally a guy who has it all, except for respect, love, friends, good parents and a Grammy."
Kevin Hart said: "Justin's Canadian. He's actually considered American, because no Canadian has ever been this much of an a---hole." AND "Selena Gomez couldn't be here tonight. Just because she didn't want to be here."
Hannibal Buress said: "Justin, I don't like your music. I think it's bad, man. I hate your music. I hate your music more than Bill Cosby hates my comedy."
Deciding to go celebrate his 21st birthday at Caesar's Place out in Las Vegas straight after his roasting, Bieber is pictured here in his bday getup consisting of a leather biker from Balmain, a longline tee, black jeans and some checkerboard hi-tops by Givenchy.
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