Mark Wahlberg to Justin Bieber: ‘Pull your pants up, stop smoking weed, little b–‘

Mark Wahlberg

These are photos of Mark Wahlberg at BBC Radio in London yesterday to promote 2 Guns, a movie that looked like a convenient excuse to pair Mark and Denzel Washington in a buddy movie. Yet Dustin at Pajiba gave it a positive review, so I guess it’s worth checking out of you like “Denzeli” movies.

Okay, I’m losing the plot here because this story is about Mark’s interview with the Sun, in which he schools Justin Bieber for many things (unfortunately, not last weekend’s shirt-ripping, nightclub freakout in manner of a mini-Hulk — which as it turns out was about a waitress and a bow tie, and Biebs instructed his bodyguards to beat a guy up while “slid[ing] down a car like he was in Die Hard“). Wahlberg’s words come (not entirely) hot on the heels of Jon Bon Jovi’s “You’re an a-hole, go to work” comments in regard to Bieber’s chronic tardiness for concerts. As far as I’m aware, Bieber ignored Bon Jovi’s wise words.

The thing is, Bieber cares about what Wahlberg thinks, so this could get interesting because just last year, we heard about how Biebs fancied himself the next Mark Wahlberg and wanted to do a remake of Fear. So while you read this, imagine Bieber making this face from this Instagrammed photo while he was recently backstage in Wahlberg’s native Boston:

Justin Bieber

Advice to the Bieber: “Justin, are you listening? Don’t be so naughty, yeah. Be a nice boy, pull your trousers up, make your mum proud and stop smoking weed, you little b——d.”

What’s Bieber’s problem? “He’s a teenager living in a different day and age. I was in prison before I got a record out and I don’t think he’s been to prison. He’s a nice enough kid and you’re going to be a teenager. But if you’re being a teen in the spotlight you’re going to be criticised for it. This career can be short-lived — you might as well be the best you can while you’re doing it.”

Mark’s still willing to go there: “Justin and I were talking about doing a movie, which could still happen. We have a great script that could be a vehicle for him to make his debut in movies, then maybe we could do something for the soundtrack.”

On Denzel: “Denzel’s somebody I’ve known for some time. He’s an easy-going guy, we had a lot of fun making the movie. It was great for me to pick his brain about personal and professional stuff. His wife often asks if our kids want to come over and she can babysit. But they’d tear up the house.”

On David Beckham: “He wanted me to email him about something — I don’t know if it was about a film. I had said something, half joking, because his house is at the bottom of our hill and a lot of people hang around the area. So I said something like, ‘I don’t like him being here’ because of that. But I met him and some of his sons and he seems like a nice guy. So I wanted to make sure he hadn’t taken that personally.”

He loved being drunk on the Graham Norton Show: “It was one of my highlights. You go on the show and you try to be funny — and I had a blast. The red chair has to be my favourite thing of all time. I want one in my living room and one in my office. I’ll invite people over for pitch meetings, then throw them off the chair.”

[From The Sun]

God, that Graham Norton interview was a nightmare and a half. Mark was so bloody wasted and challenged Michael Fassbender to “a big d–k context” as if Fassy had never heard that one in the past few years.

At any rate, I guess Mark has the life experience (and possibly the influence) to instruct Bieber to pull up his pants although I doubt the Spitter will listen to anyone. I sort of wonder if Bieber will be dumb enough to issue a response to Mark’s assessment. Stay tuned.

Mark Wahlberg

Justin Bieber

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  1. mom2two says:

    If Beiber has any brains (and I am not sure that he does), he would be wise to listen to Mark. Very wise.

    • lucky says:

      Mark could have said a lot more- it seems like he was holding back. For the movie thing…I would think the douche needs a complete personalty make-over before anyone “established” works with him. I find it interesting that the douche wants to do “Fear” – a movie about terrorizing a teenage girl. How much will he have to prepare for that role?

      • JGL says:

        A movie about terrorizing a teenage girl?
        I guess he wants to play the teenage girl before he grows old and loose his look.

      • Hakura says:

        @JGL – “I guess he wants to play the teenage girl before he grows old and loose his look.

        Muahahaha! Nice one. Very nice.

    • Gia says:

      I would love to hear how Marky-Mark would have reacted to his own advice back in the day. I think it would have been with a crotch grab, a f-ck you and a fist in the face. Bieber is annoying and spoiled but he’s 19 and acts like a lot of people his age. Give him some time. Hopefully he will grow out of it.

      • OhDear says:

        Entitled and irritating as Beiber is, he’s never thrown rocks at black kids because they were black nor took an Asian guy’s eye out at his age, either.

        I don’t think Walhberg has changed at all – just think he hides it well. Hopefully Beiber will actually change.

      • Emily C. says:

        I have never personally known anyone who was as big an a*hole at any age as either Bieber or Wahlberg. It’s not being 19. It’s being overprivileged jerks.

      • BooBooLaRue says:

        Agreed. MW is a grown up punk with a lot of money riding on his image.

      • Hakura says:

        @OhDear – “Entitled and irritating as Beiber is, he’s never thrown rocks at black kids because they were black nor took an Asian guy’s eye out at his age, either.

        Oh wow, MW really did those things?! I didn’t know he was a racist asshole who actually hurt people, even if it was ‘back in the day’…

  2. Tapioca says:


    On pay-per-view.
    Wipe out the national debt!

  3. brin says:

    Love it!

  4. T.Fanty says:

    That’s a great interview. My favorite bit is actually the implicit shade in the Beckhams living “at the bottom of our hill.” I’m sure VB loves that.

  5. lisa2 says:

    Mark you are going to get it from the Bieber fans.. Hell look at what the One Direction fans are doing to GQ..

    Seriously; You in trouble dude..

    rant note: so he is drunk on a show and nobody cares NObody is calling him a drunk or a bad father. He is not on the cover of tabloids. Yeah but I guess the public is selective about who gets it and who doesn’t

    • Tapioca says:

      You forgot the bit where he beat a man into a coma for being Vietnamese (hence the prison).

      • lisa2 says:

        Thank you.. but he is forgiven because people use to swoon over him in his underwear.

        I don’t like him.

      • Kiddo says:

        I always had an irrational dislike for him. Now you have given it purpose and reason.

      • Sanaa says:

        Kiddo, the File labelled “MarkyMark is horrible humanbeing” overflows.

        But some women somewhere think he is hot and so his dbag entitled attitude is overlooked.

      • Emily C. says:

        Yeah. That is not some kind of youthful indiscretion. It’s completely and totally despicable. He might not be going around beating people up any more, but he hasn’t dedicated his entire life to doing only charity work, either, so he is very much not forgiven in my eyes.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        *double post* sorry, guys.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        @Emily C.-you said on the SJP thread that Matthew Broderick seemed “truly contrite” about KILLING a woman and her daughter in an accident, yet he said he would meet with the family of the victims in 2003 and ten years later, he has yet to do so. Broderick’s punishment for taking the lives of two people? A $175 fine.

        Mark Wahlberg also expressed many times that he feels regret about his past, he also never met with the victim that he attacked. His punishment for assault (and rightly so BTW): prison time.

        Again, I hesitated to comment about this because I don’t want people to think I’m fan-girling Wahlberg (trust me, I’m so far from a fan of this dude) BUT he was punished for his crimes. He did his time.

        It’s a lot more than a lot of celebs have ever had to do, as most never receive any punishment beyond community service or some other slap on the wrist for their bad behavior. And who knows? If Wahlberg had done this after he had made it big, maybe he would have gotten off to.

        Anyway, it doesn’t lessen his douchiness, but it’s an important distinction-he faced the repercussions of his actions and rightly served time.

      • L says:

        I think I would be more forgive and forget if Wahlberg apologized to his victims. He has expressed a general regret for his lifestyle at that time, but in the next breath he’s said repeatedly in interviews that he doesn’t feel guilty about that specific crime and that he has no problem going to sleep at night. He’s become a ‘good person’ and that means he thinks his conscience is wiped clean now.

        I disagree that since he did his time all is well. There doesn’t appear to be any real remorse. A mere 45 days in prison for blinding someone for life is getting off easy. (not to mention he never served time for the other assault)

        I’m not a broderick fan either, and I”m willing to bet if he started calling people out on drunk driving that he would get called out in a similar way. (same goes for Sean Pean and domestic assault)

      • Hakura says:

        @Tapioca – Like I said above, I had NO idea he was a racist asshole. God, he really did that?!

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        @L-Fair enough. Like I said, I’m not trying to defend the dude.

        And I never meant that because he did time that “all is well” or that it negates what he did–I just meant that he was punished for his crime. People commit crimes and go to jail and can still overcome that and not be defined by their past. Is that the case with Wahlberg? Maybe, maybe not, but the guy hasn’t gotten into any real trouble as an adult so I’m willing to believe that he’s changed, like other former inmates can change.

      • Kiddo says:

        @TheOriginalKitten, Well thanks a lot, now I’m back to irrational dislike.

        Or maybe it is simply some type of vibe I get from him. Can’t put my finger on it, but still can’t like him.

      • GByeGirl says:

        Marky Mark only spent 45 days in jail. He hasn’t paid any money to his victim or family. I don’t think that he has paid for his crime. He said that he has forgiven himself for what he did. That’s awfully big of him. Bieber and Marky Mark are both dickweeds and deserve each other.

  6. Kara says:

    I still heart you, Marky Mark! Wise words from a man who’s been there & seen it happen- fame is fleeting so act accordingly, Justin, you little douchebag…

  7. Vera says:

    Not sticking up for The Biebs poor behavior in any way, but didn’t Marky Mark almost beat someone to death?

    • LL says:

      Yep. It was a hate crime against (I think) a Vietnamese person where they lost sight out of one of his eyes.

      Even though I don’t like Bieber, I can’t look at Wahlberg the same before I knew about that crime.

    • Shade says:

      Oh don’t worry. With the way Spitter is going he’ll end up doing even worse.

    • Sanaa says:

      Thanks. Cant stand Bieber but Wahlberg is not the guy to be throwing shade. A man who moved with an entourage well into his late 30s. Have you seen how other celebs reference him in interviews before he found Church? You know a guy is bad news when Dicaprio thinks he is bad news.

      • Andrew says:

        The difference is that wahlberg has changed. Like I highly doubt he will ever do anything like that again. Bieber on the other hand will never change and will just go downhill from here on out.

      • Sanaa says:

        I dont think he changed. His interviews are filled with his douchery. And I am not just talking about the 9-11 quotes. I watched him on Piers Morgan and couldnt believe that anyone could seem more smug than Piers. I heard him on Howard Stern some years ago and Howards staff was dumbfounded on more than one occassion by the arrogance.

        And note that I still havent delved into his race issues. Honestly, I see his over eager fanboying of Denzel as over compensating. I can just see this dick throwing around the N word in private.

    • L says:

      Yup, Wahlberg nearly beat one guy to death, blinded another guy, broke the jaw of his neighbor in a unprovoked attack, and threw rocks and shouted racial slurs at about 30 black schoolkids on a field trip. And has said in interviews that he has no guilt and sleeps just fine at night.

      So he has no place telling anyone how to act. Beiber might be annoying, but he’s never maimed anyone for life. He’s not a violent thug.

      And @andrew-and he hasn’t changed. Go read some of wahlberg’s recent interviews about 9/11.

    • Raquel says:

      Yeah. And pretty much got as big of a slap-on-the-wrist sentence they can give to a person who’s done the degree of permanent physical harm that he did.

      That’s why I always get that ambiguous feeling with him. On the one hand–it isn’t like he grew up in a nice little middle-class family that taught him right from wrong and that physical violence and racial hate are unacceptable. He seems to have reformed from that, though not nearly as much as I would hope. So, a guy who came from his background is exactly the position someone can speak from when they say that Bieber would be dead after five minutes in the ‘hood, and that quit being such an arrogant, over-privileged little shit who thinks he’s a complete badass. Seriously, sometimes with JB’s behavior, I sort of imagine him in diapers.

      On the other–he beat up a guy and left him blind, just because he was Vietnamese. Enough said.

  8. Miss RiotBelle. says:

    Justin “The spitter”

  9. Willa says:

    I really want to fold the brim of his hat! Then pop him in the face with it!

  10. Jane says:

    I’d pay good money to see Mark give Justin a verbal smack down in person. I just watched some Beyond Scared Straight episodes I’ve missed. In my fantasy setting I’d have Justin get thrown in prison just like the other punks that are there.Mark would be yelling his head of at Justin along with some of the other actors who worked with Mark, just like they do on the show. I’d love to see The Rock go after him. No bodyguards to help the Bieber entity. Oh the joy I would have seeing Justin crumpled in a corner crying like a baby.

  11. Shade says:

    He’s one to talk. They’re both assholes.

  12. Lulu86 says:

    oh i love Mark/Marky Mark plua i am a huge sucker for Boston accents. Justin is a huge brat and i maintain he needs a good old fashioned spanking.

  13. Elodie says:

    The Graham Norton Show wasn’t a nightmare tbh, or at least to me personally; I mean Fassbender handled it very well and it was overall funny imo to see Mark being drunk and not giving 2 f#cks and saying whatever, and Sarah was funny as well. It was all fair game.

    But eh, Mark is still a sh!tty actor and takes himself too seriously. Alright dude, bye!

  14. srm says:

    I will never tire of the bodyguard putting the toddler in the car picture.

    I am so glad I don’t have a tween in my house who idolizes this punk. Instead, anytime we accidentally hear one of his songs my 6 yo always asks if it’s a girl singing.

    • Launicaangelina says:

      I was also going to comment on the Bieb/Bodyguard picture! It’s so funny!

  15. Mrs.Darcy says:

    I’m surprised he’s so soft on the little punk, dude is from a gang in Southie, Bieber would be eaten alive there. His crime was ugly, but he was a teenager with little parental supervision running with a bad crowd. I don’t think he’s a great actor and is probably a pain to work with but he has put a lot of money into kids charities in Boston so far as I understand so I can’t hate him too much. And the Graham Norton interview was hi-larious.

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      This. I won’t excuse the guy for almost beating a dude to death but I don’t think people really realize how bad the Dot section of Boston was and still is, actually.

      It sounds like he was a huge (and racist) asshole, but the guy has come a LONG way–I don’t really think it’s fair to still judge him on things he did as a kid. From what I understand, his sister and brothers did time as well.

      • Tulip Garden says:

        I agree with you. I don’t understand the whole concept of wanting people to grow, change and mature and then continuing to bash them endlessly (if they have reformed) for what they did previously. It doesn’t seem to offer much incentive for bad kids (or anyone) to straighten their sh*t out. I do think that there has to be legitimate change in thought, behavior, and action. I think Wahlberg has demonstrated those changes with his charity work and we never hear any stories like that about him anymore.

      • jinni says:

        A lot of people grow up in worst situations than he did and never do the things he did. Besides if he showed some remorse and at least felt like he needed to be forgiven by the guy he permanently blinded, than I think people wouldn’t hold his past against him.

        But the fact that he feels no guilt over permanently disabling someone, plus his most recent dumb*ss comments about what he would’ve done if he were on the 9/11 planes show that he’s just an *ss through and through.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        “A lot of people grow up in worst situations than he did and never do the things he did.”

        But that’s assuming that every person is the exact same, which we know isn’t true.
        People have different coping mechanisms when it comes to hardship, a difference in ability to handle stress and anger issues, and different circumstances and genetic components that dictate their behavior. So taking two people who grow up in the same conditions, saying that the one who never ends up getting into trouble is somehow better than the other isn’t necessarily fair as there are a multitude of factors that can make the difference between being a good, productive member of society, and a total f*ck-up.

        Listen, I don’t want to defend the guy too hard or anything (not a huge fan myself), but he’s said MANY times that he really regrets the things he did in the past. How long are you gonna keep punishing the guy?

        @Tulip “It doesn’t seem to offer much incentive for bad kids (or anyone) to straighten their sh*t out.”

        THIS. If you don’t believe in redemption, that’s fine, but I personally do. If The Wire taught me anything, it’s that people are more that just their past or their circumstances. People can change for the better.

      • mommak918 says:

        I agree. Mark is not the same kid he use to be. I’m sure we have all made mistakes we’re not proud of as a youth.

        My husband grew up in California near LA during the 90s. He was in a ‘gang’ and he was a white boy. Granted, he was a white boy who grew up without parents and bounced around group homes and foster care. He was in a gang to help with his own survival. He did a lot of things he won’t dare mention now. Life on the streets is not kind. Lots of the violence is encouraged to keep your own butt safe. Sounds dumb but that’s the truth.

        Thank goodness people change and grow. Thank goodness my husband was able to escape California. He witnessed numerous friends die. Now my husband is a born-again Christian, married with two kids and volunteers his time to educate children.

        Thank goodness we are defined by our past!

      • Emily C. says:

        How has Wahlberg tried to make up for what he did, in ANY way? The fact that he is no longer physically hurting people (I hope) is not enough to make up for what he did.

        This is no different from Chris Brown. I haven’t heard about him beating up any women in while, but he doesn’t want to do any of the work to actually change and earn forgiveness, and is still a jerk of the first order. He expects forgiveness to be granted to him as if he deserves it for… nothing. When you do something terrible, simply living a more normal life afterwards doesn’t go any way toward making up for it.

      • UsedToBeLulu says:

        I hope it’s true that he is putting money into kids charities.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        Emily-I posted above to you.
        Mark Wahlberg has many charities that he gives to

        He has expressed regret many times about his past and it is VERY different from Chris Brown who never served a DAY in jail while Wahlberg served 45 days. Not surprisingly, being in prison can change a dude.

        Look, if you hate the guy, I don’t blame you but what irks me is you’re giving Broderick, who killed two women and never served a day in jail, a free pass while simultaneously crucifying Wahlberg, who was rightly punished for his crimes. Yes, assault is very different than an accident, but so is the loss of two lives versus someone who was badly injured, but didn’t die.

        At least be consistent-that’s all I’m saying.

      • Drea says:

        Despite being a multimillionaire, Mark Wahlberg has never offered financial restitution to the man he blinded, a working-class immigrant whose income & ability to work were no doubt affected by his injuries. He has never apologized to his victim. He has stated that he does not intend to do either of these things, nor does he feel morally obligated to do so because he has forgiven himself and no longer feels burdened by guilt.

        That’s my problem with him. I think people can atone for past misdeeds but his present-day comments/behavior suggest that he has done no such thing.

        Therefore, I think it is totally legitimate to keep bringing up the attack, regardless of how long ago it took place.

        Of course, to be fair, Wahlberg has also stated that if he were offered the opportunity to portray a gay character, he would have to sit down with his priest and seriously reflect on the morality of doing so.

        So, apparently he is capable of deep moral reflection and introspection – just not about the crimes he has committed against others.

      • booger says:

        Thanks Original Kitten for nicely articulating what I was trying to say.

      • UsedToBeLulu says:

        @Drea: Do you have any links to this information? I admit I am woefully ignorant of Marky Mark’s past. Before I jump on his bandwagon simply because I so enjoyed his put down to the Epic Baby Spitter, I figure I should know more.

    • booger says:

      Emily, he is actively involved with charities, particularly ones geared towards counselling youths. He’s also been to prison, and in the eyes of the law has paid his dues.

      I’m not saying the guy is a saint or anything, but as Tulip said, condemning a man for life doesn’t seem to offer much incentive for bad kids (or anyone) to straighten their sh*t out.

    • Tara says:

      I think Marky Mark has a lot of nerve to dole out advice but if he really wanted to help he would drop JB off in Dorcester in the middle of the night with no bodyguards.

  16. Nibbi says:

    Marky Mark’s forgetting himself here with the whole ‘pull your pants up’ thing… come ONNNNN… surely he recalls himself, like, 20 years ago?

  17. Maryjane says:

    yeah, serves him right

  18. Snowpea says:

    Yep. What he said. Oh, and Bieber’s bodyguard/babysitter is HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT.

    That is all 😉

  19. Marjalane says:

    I don’t know a thing about Mark Wahlberg, but I saw Two Guns this weekend and it was a great movie- I didn’t think he was a bad actor. As for the pissypants Beiber-boy, I salute anyone with a public voice that slams on the little spitter!

  20. Bianca says:

    Bieber sickens me, but I click on every post about him to check if there’s at least one picture of him being single-handedly lifted by a bodyguard.

  21. MademoiselleRose says:

    Baby Beib does have a temper that’s for sure, but he won’t go to jail for beating anyone up because he’s too gutless. He’ll get his bodyguard/s to do it and they’ll go to jail while he still runs around spitting at everyone.

    *happy happy happy dance* baby beib’s babyseat photo again! Yay!

  22. Yelly says:

    That’s right Mark, you tell him!

  23. booboocita says:

    From the article: “A friend of Rennalls’, Frank Johnson, who saw the fight, said, “When you have huge security guards backing you up, you get extra bold. This isn’t a macho thing. Justin was talking [bleep] from the safety of his car . . . And then it was pandemonium.” Reps for Bieber have insisted he was not involved in the incident.”

    Of course he wasn’t involved. God forbid the widdle baybee bruise a knuckle. Just once, I want to see this enormous sissy do his own fighting instead of sic’ing his guards on someone. I’m guessing one bi*ch slap will send him off howling for his mommy.

  24. Melibea4ever says:

    That pic of baby bieber never gets old,lol

  25. Shelley says:

    I just love that bodyguard and the expression on his face. I wonder if he was/is ever unfortunate enough to be assigned to babysit this little creep. If so, please feel free to post links to any other photos :)!

  26. silken_floss says:

    Mark needs to whoop that trick!!

  27. Aud says:

    I’m waiting for the day the ride ends for Bieber and he becomes a has-been like Bonaduce or similar. He is riding that train at the moment and if he doesn’t wake up and get himself some smarts, he’ll end up in Shitsville.

  28. phlyfiremama says:

    Please never EVER EVER forget to put the car-seat pictures of baby bieber in a post about him. Bwahahaha~

  29. littlestar says:

    I think Mark Wahlberg is an idiot. As in, doesn’t have a very high level of intelligence. He sounds like a moron.

  30. mimi says:

    Mark Wahlberg’s “Pull your trousers up” followed with the picture of Baby Biebs being lifted out of his car is priceless! LOL

  31. JL says:

    Where is Baby Daddy? Really, this infant has no father, grandfather or uncles to jerk a knot in his sorry ass?

    Beiber needs a real man to teach him how to act.

    The car-seat picture, its the gift that keeps on giving…oh how I love that pic.

  32. Emily C. says:

    Marky “I would have saved everyone, unlike those stupid 9/11 victims” Mark shouldn’t be advising anyone about anything. In fact, he should never speak again. Ever. It figures Baby Douche’s idol would be this jerk.

  33. Shannon says:

    I love Mark!!! This is hilarious

  34. jwoolman says:

    The one thing the Bieber should never be faulted for is “sounding like a girl” or “looking like a girl”. Great way to insult half the human species by using any resemblance to them as an insult for the other half, by the way. Every male on the planet goes through a stage when their voices are higher pitched than at full adulthood. That’s not “sounding like a girl”. That’s sounding like an adolescent boy, which he is. He’s actually been lucky, the pitch of his voice seems to just be gradually dropping rather than going through an uncontrolled period. Other secondary male characteristics also may not kick in strongly for a few years. Again, that’s not “looking like a girl”. That’s “looking like an adolescent boy”, which he is. There are also full-grown men who don’t ever develop some of the secondary characteristics in full force. They are still men.

    Snark at the Bieber’s behavior all you want, of course.

    • Veeeery Veerytas says:

      An adolescent boy is 12-13 years old. How old is Baby Bieber?

      • UsedToBeLulu says:

        Adolescence refers to someone who is not an adult. I would say at 19, Beiber is still not an adult, and in fact, may never be since adolescence does not refer to chronological age (according to Webster).

  35. St says:

    I wonder when that moment will come when Bieber will finally really understand that no one expect his gigolo friends thinks that he is some cool bad-ass. And that everyone, including stars, rappers, actors laugh at him and think that he is rich idiot that is as bad-ass as kitten.

    Because right now Bieber seriously does not understand it. And thinks that he is like some cool rock-star and James Dean/ River Phoenix /Tommy Lee/young Johnny Depp/Eminem kind of bad boy. And that it’s just jealous media who want to get to him. And one by one all those cool actors and rock-stars are coming out to tell him that he is idiot and that he needs to stop making fool of himself…

    It will be hard for him when he will finally understand what a ridiculous joke he became.

  36. Carolyn says:

    Entitled over-rated brat.

    Two Bieber stories, two postings of baby Bieber being put in his car seat. It’s a great day 🙂

    PS noticing Kaiser & Bedhead are straight to the point lately with their posts & aren’t mincing words. Tell it like it is!

  37. Das Spleen says:

    “I was in prison before I got a record out”

    He says it like going to prison is an achievement. I notice he neglects to add that a lot of his convictions were for racially driven hate crimes. You might put his actions down to being young and stupid but the fact that he still likes to brag about how street he is because he’s been to prison just goes to show that he isn’t ashamed of what he did. Someone should take him to task over that shit.

  38. abe says:

    resposibility is a fairy tale at this age.

  39. Lexi says:

    Mark is a cool guy, justin is an a**hole

  40. Lucy Goosey says:

    God how I wish I had an early 1990s pic of “Marky Mark” with his pants hanging down exposing his Calvin Kleins. Funny how we grow up and forget who we once were. And quite sad that I am old enough to remember that so well!