Since Usher found him on YouTube when I still had braces and flair jeans, Justin Bieber has possessed douche baggery that envies even Kanye West and Chris Brown. From his hideous modern mushroom cut hairstyle to his saggy pants, he has done nothing but embarrass himself and lose the respect of most of his fellow celebs and many fans.
Just this past year, he called a female fan of his fat and threw another off stage. Now, I don’t have as many fans as him, or any actually, but if I did, I would assume that they should be treated like royalty. They’re the ones buying albums, concert tickets, and lunch boxes with his annoying little face on it. If it weren’t for the fans, J-Biebs wouldn’t have a career. I mean, Usher can only let his support burn for so long. Being a young star is challenging and life-changing, I understand. But his disrespect for colleagues, fans, and just general human beings is disgusting and only seems to be getting worse.
After he got in trouble for trying to bring a monkey through airport security (okay, Ross Geller), Bieber only got worse. Then he was popped for underage drinking in a club, getting rough with bouncers, and graffiting some of the worst “art” I’ve ever seen. Even though all of that, his behavior is no worse than that of Sean Penn circa Madonna marriage or 2007 Britney Spears (although he did cut his hair, finally.) Until now. He has done the unspeakable; the most inconceivable; the most downright repugnant. Justin Bieber has risked Supernatural.
While I only began watching Supernatural recently, it has easy become my favorite show. But it’s not just a show. It is a lifestyle of guns, ghosts, and terrifyingly attractive brothers. Two of the show’s stars, Jared Padalecki and Misha Collins, are known for Tweeting often. After Biebs was arrested for egging a house and having drugs in his home, Padalecki called him out (jokingly) on Twitter saying “Hey @justinbieber, how much are you paying your friend for pretending that it was HIS cocaine, and taking the fall for you?” A backlash instantly developed against Padalecki. But not from Bieber, but from many of his young fans. Apparently, the tweens that live and breathe Bieber are planning on no longer watching the show, in hopes that it gets cancelled and he learns his lesson.
Clearly, that’s not going to happen. First of all, the show is on past their bedtimes. Secondly, I will not let it. I will personally end every Justice store, every Twilight book, and every UGG Boot retailer until I feel I have gotten my revenge. It is one thing to be jealous of Selena Gomez for dating him, or the hair stylist who gave him that ridiculous cut. But come between me and my Winchester men, and I will make you pay.