Justin Bieber got baptized in a bathtub, he’s ‘clean with God’ now

Justin Bieber

Most of us have known for years that Justin Bieber is a disaster, but it’s only been about a week since we also learned that he is a racist disaster. Not just one but two videos have dropped, and there may be more on the way. The world has now seen Swaggy making racist jokes about black people and how he wanted to join the Ku Klux Klan. What an embarrassment. Even Swaggy is embarrassed. He’s been crying like a baby ever since the videos dropped.

Team Swag has a plan. They will make you forget all about Bieber’s wrongdoings and his racist videos. I talked about how Swaggy ran around NYC trying to get baptized (re-baptized?) right after he played grab-ass with a flight attendant in February. Now we’re hearing that the baptism happened in the midst of the fabled shakedown over these videos. We’re supposed to feel bad for Swaggy, who felt so bad about his racism that he had to wash away his sins … in a freaking bathtub:

Justin Bieber turned to the Lord while being shaken down over his racist videos — and TMZ has learned he washed away his sins with a baptism performed in a bathroom.

Pastor Carl Lentz — who works with Bieber in NYC — tells us he spent a week doing intense Bible study with Justin last month … in the wake of being extorted over the videos.

As we previously reported — JB’s team was contacted 2 months ago by a man in possession of the videos and wanted a million dollar payday or else he’d go public.

We’re told Bieber’s religious resurgence focused on studying Bible passages and attending services … culminating in an actual baptism performed in the bathtub of one of the singer’s friends.

Why a bathtub, you ask? We’re told JB previously checked out a bunch of churches for the dip — but his cover was blown every time and he wanted to keep the whole thing private.

Justin’s now got a clean slate with God — but the public is a harder nut to crack.


[From TMZ]

This is ridiculous. I’m not religious at all, but even I find it offensive that Bieber is pretending to be contrite and thinks he can wash away his a-hole behavior in a bathtub. Is there a limit to the number of times one can be baptized before God would be like, “Sorry, game over”? That’s an honest question, but I’m not surprised by Bieber’s tactics. He’s already told us that he was chosen for fame by God.

Bieber’s mentor, Usher, has finally said something about the video scandal. He Instagrammed a picture of himself with little(r) Bieber and the following caption: “I can tell you that he hasn’t always chosen the path of his greatest potential, but he is unequivocally not a racist. What he was 5 years ago was a naive child who did not understand the negative power and degradation that comes from playing with racial slurs. What he is now is a young man faced with an opportunity to become his best self, an example to the millions of kids that follow him to not make the same mistakes.” Hmm. That last part sounds like a challenge, no?

Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber

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  1. Lori says:

    Bath tub full of sizzup?

    • Lisa says:

      Lol! Good one! Maaaaaan, why can’t this guy just go away and start producing music or something, just stop singing and go into the background of things!

    • Rice says:

      Or HGH.

      Anyway, I think Justin Beaver, er I mean Beiber, was, and still is, a major douche. However, I’ve got 2 questions about all this:
      1) Is he really all that different from African-American celebs (rappers, comedians, actors, etc) who use the N-word?
      2) His “joke” regarding the KKK was extremely dumb. I’ve heard his fans say that he’s not racist because “98% of his friends/crew are black”. How is that supposed to justify his actions?

      • HH says:

        1) Is he really all that different from African-American celebs (rappers, comedians, actors, etc) who use the N-word? – Yes. It is different. It will always be different.

      • Artpopgoddess says:

        Yes its different because he is not African American. Just as homosexuals call each other F bombs and women call each other Bs and Hs it’s extremely offensive for someone outside the genre to pass a slur. It just is. There’s no scientific explanation. PERIOD

      • Bread and Circuses says:

        Yes, it’s different, because words carry baggage. Lots of words have different nuances of meaning depending on how they’re used.

        When a black person uses the n-word, it is (usually) a term of empowerment and fraternity.

        When a white person used the n-word, it is a callback to a time of hatred and degradation (even if the person using it was trying to express fraternity. You just can’t lop off the baggage that a word carries with your good intentions.)

      • Leona says:

        Are you being rhetorical in that first question??? Ofcourse it IS different when a black person chooses to appropriate a word that is often used to denigrate him.

        Let me explain it to you in terms you might understand. If you are over weight, you can if you wish refer to yourself as a “pig”. And you may choose to do so because it strips it of the power to hurt you, if you can say it to yourself lovingly, as an endearment. In appropriating it you can give a word new meaning. Now the douchebag who calls you that as insult, to hurt and humiliate you, isnt helping you appropriate it. He is perpetuating the hurtful meaning of that word. This isnt complicated, I dont understand how there are people walking this planet who still dont get it.

        Aside from the fact that he had NO RIGHT to that word, Justin was clearly using the word to dehumanize. He sang a song about killing black people and joining the KKK, for goodness sake.

        Going by how few comments there are on this story, it looks like people are now done with Justin,

      • jaye says:

        @bread and circuses…while I tend to agree that when black people who choose to use the word it may be intended as term to indicate fraternity, as you say. As a black person, I wholeheartedly disagree with it being used as a term of empowerment. It would make me exceedingly happy if the word was put to bed forever.

      • T.C. says:

        I hate the sound of the N-word no matter what race says it. The more often African-Americans use it, the more common it becomes in the culture. It doesn’t make it less painfull or dull it’s power when a young White person then repeats it to sound hip.So I will never understand African-Americans continuing to use that word as a term of endearment or Gays using the F-word or women using the B-word.

        I have to put on my earphones on the train so I don’t hear young African-Americans using the N-word every 2 minutes. I never, ever hear older African-Americans using it. They grew up in a time where they had to take being called that word every minute of the day and they seem to loath it.

    • Dame Snarkweek says:

      Claiming to have black friends is often a classic excuse used by racists.

      • BangersandMash says:


        Look for mel ‘i have many black friends’ gibson, charlie ‘my best man at my wedding was black’ sheen and jonah ‘my best friend is gay’ hill!!!
        How can they sit there and share a beer with someone they hate?

        the answer is simple!
        for entertainment. They sit there saying to themselves “look at this ——-. what is he/she doing?”

      • Dame Snarkweek says:

        Spot on!

  2. lower-case deb says:

    Why a bathtub, you ask? We’re told JB previously checked out a bunch of churches for the dip — but his cover was blown every time……

    …. by an errant lightning.

    • Nells says:

      I don’t get it. He didn’t want his cover to be blown so that we didn’t know what he was doing until he told us about what he was doing? The cynic in me thinks he didn’t do anything, because if he actually went to a church, he would have to follow through with his pretend “baptism”. Instead he gets high, laughs at the idiots, and puts a statement out there that he has washed away his sins.

      • Meredith says:

        I’m a born again Christian and I got baptized in a bathtub looking thing at a church. But I’m not that impressed with Mr. Bieber and his alleged “come to Jesus” moment. There’s more to it than just going in the water, Justin. You have to ACT differently too. I don’t want to have to go down the comments and have people saying “Christians are so fake, blah, blah, blah”. No, real Christians are sincere but JB is fake (IMO) and trying to dodge responsibility for his actions.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      God’s all, “Not in MY house of worship, you won’t! I’m not just for PR, son. Get back to me when you are sincere”.

    • Mmhmm says:

      Lol at all of these comments, they made my day :). In my religion, we use baptism as a symbol of what God has ALREADY done to make us clean, not as a washing away of anything. And I’m sorry, but I don’t think Bieber will ever be clean enough for water, much less a bathtub lol, until he grows the f up.

  3. Leah says:

    Ugh i don’t know about bieber. On the one hand i believe in forgiveness and giving people the opportunity to make up for their mistakes. On the other i can’t for the life of me understand why all these people excuse him with being young at the time. At 15 i knew that making racist jokes was not ok , never mind making racist jokes about a notorious murderous organisation. I can’t help but think it says something about Bieber and his upbringing and surroundings at core. I feel like he started hanging with black people at a certain point to give himself street cred and the very same people are excusing his behaviour but i do feel they would not make the same excuses were someone else is concerned. Its all leaves a bad taste in my mouth.

    • claire says:

      Agreed. They’re treating 15 like it was 5. It’s insulting to other teenagers really.

    • I’m not sure if he is racist or not (I tend to lean toward YES, because he has his black ‘friends’ take the rap for him ALL THE TIME i.e. Lil’ Dumbass taking the rap for all the weed at Baby Beiber’s house), but he is an idiot.

      One of the reasons as to why I’m not sure if he’s racist is because a lot of people Beiber’s age–black, white, whatever–think that calling each other racial slurs, and ‘joking’ about the KKK is funny. Not a big deal. And these kind of people tend to be one of two groups–either some young, white boys/girls who haven’t met or talked to a single black person in their life (like where I live, I heard a bunch of 12 year olds at the middle school calling each other the n word), or they’re in a mixed group and like to call each other slurs because they think it’s cool or whatever.

      So I can totally see him and his little friends (black and white) making these kinds of jokes, and sitting there giggling about how clever and witty they are. Because they’re all dumbasses.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        Ultimately, I don’t know if it matters if he is technically “racist” or not. He has REPEATEDLY shown that he has no consideration or respect for other human beings, regardless of their race.

        He has spit on people, chucked eggs at their homes, endangered their lives on the road, manhandled flight attendants, supported the sex trafficing industry, etc….the list just goes on and on. Funny how he remembers his religion when he is being held accountable for his actions, but doesn’t think of Jesus before he spits on people.

      • @Tiffany
        I do tend to think that he’s racist (just because of the way he treats his minority friends), but I also think he’s an ignorant dumbass.

  4. lauren says:

    Just interesting how people all of a sudden find god, when they are in pr scandal.
    Can he please go away now! I´m so tired of hearing about this tool.

    • qwerty says:

      That’s his second baptism this year btw.

      • ol cranky says:

        and he’s always claimed to be baptized as a good Christian. this is some serious abuse of baptism to say you were reborn and nothing crappy you did before counts because you’re “a different person”

  5. QQ says:

    ive got nothing but the Biggest of Bitch Pleas’s for this trollop

    • Izzy says:

      Haha, I was about to post “Can I get a ‘b!tch, please!’ ” So I’ll just say, “Can I get an Amen? Amen!”

  6. paola says:

    He is not clean of God, he’s full of shit!

    • kri says:

      Dear Jesus & God,
      Now that your dog has gotten a bath, please come and pick him up, and put him back in his kennel.

      • Meredith says:

        Note from Jesus and God :

        It’s that darned free will thing again, Paola and humanity. You can lead a horse to water, you can give a dog a bath but you can’t force him to see the error of his douchy ways.

      • Izzy says:

        Note from said horse:

        You can lead a human to knowledge, but you can’t make him drink. Unless it’s sizzurp, apparently.

      • Chris says:

        This is when you need a wrathful, interventionist deity……slap that kid DOWN!!! (in a Samuel Jackson voice)

  7. Hillshmill says:

    I’m not religious and even I find this offensive to religion. The kid is 100% clueless and so is everyone around him.

  8. Chris says:

    Said God, to the ministering angels: ‘I told you to tip the baby out with the bathwater, you fools!’

    • lower-case deb says:

      jesus wept so hard, it rained for forty days and forty nights. and a great flood came upon the earth because a Beiby clogged the sewage system.

      • Dame Snarkweek says:

        Do you have to distort scripture to make your point or get a laugh?

      • lower-case deb says:

        i had written an excuse but after thinking about it… i will not offer excuses. only apology.

        i apologize, dame.

      • Dame Snarkweek says:

        Thank you for being so kind and respectful about it. It also makes me do a self check and make sure I never truly insult anyone’s beliefs, unintentionally. Like you I adore snark lol. And I am right with you on the Bieber snark. Ugh.

  9. Abbott says:

    My eyes rolled so far back, I’m looking at the back of my skull. Like , I don’t even know how I’m accurately typing on a keyboard, they rolled that far.

  10. Adrien says:

    I know people getting baptized in pools, bodies of water or if Catholic a baptism font. This is the first time I heard someone getting baptized in a bathtub. Even in baptism, he’s such a baby.

  11. OhDear says:

    Well, at least it’s not the usual PR move of going to rehab?

  12. Talie says:

    Sad to me that so many in the black music community are willing to eat it for the dollars he brings in.

  13. HH says:

    He doesn’t get any sort of pass whatsoever. You’re not a naive child if you know that you’re not supposed to say the n word around Black people. From the looks/sounds of those tapes not one Black person was in the room. So he’s smart enough for that. I don’t think he’s racist but good god he’s an annoying MO-RON.

    • Dame Snarkweek says:

      Around black people? If you’re not black that word shouldn’t be used. At all.

      • HH says:


        I believed you missed my point. My point was, he can’t fall back on the “naive” excuse if Justin was smart enough to know that the n- word shouldn’t be used around Blacks (i.e. he knew it was offensive). Therefore, he only said the word in comfort of his White (or at least non-Black) friends.

      • Dame Snarkweek says:

        That whooshing sound I heard must have been your point going over my head. Apologies for the misunderstanding. 🙂

      • HH says:

        @Dame – No worries! I think I explained it better the second time 🙂

  14. BNA FAN says:

    While giving a deposition a few months ago, I recall JB in his deposition saying Usher did not discovered him, he discovered himself. Also, he was pretending he did not know who Usher was. I feel sorry for Usher sticking his neck out for this spoiled rotten, ungrateful, person. It’s only a matter of time before something else comes out that is worse than the last two tapes. Btw, a Five years old child knows better than to repeat the things Justin B was saying and singing and laughing about. He’s not getting a pass from me because of his age. On one of the tape a girl was telling him “Don’t say it, don’t say it”, however he continued using the N word.

    • Rachel says:

      A five year old child raised in a racist household might not know better. Or a fifteen year old boy egged on by his parents. Racist kids get it from somewhere.

  15. ToodySezHey says:

    I’m trying to remember who it was who said these wise words.

    “Prayer (or religion) …the last refuge of a scoundrel”

    Ain’t enough side eyes in the world for this entitled brat.

    • Chris says:

      Dr Johnson, on patriotism. But exactly right, as you say, re religion too, when it’s just flag-waving like this!

    • mayamae says:

      Remember Paris Hilton carrying a bible when she strolled out of prison? Larry King asked her what her favorite passage was. She could not come up with one quote or even bible story.

  16. swack says:

    If he truly wanted to get baptized in a church and do it privately he could of. He could have made a large enough donation to some church that they would have performed the baptism any time of the day for him (and anytime of the week). It could have all been arranged quietly and done without any type of publicity. Justin stays relevant because of the publicity he gets, otherwise why advertise that he was baptized in a bathtub. Just because you are baptized does not mean your sins are forgiven. What he needs to do is ask for forgiveness, which if he doesn’t believe he did anything wrong (which I think he truly doesn’t think he has done anything wrong) it doesn’t mean cr@p.

  17. gobo says:

    Seriously- does this kid think that baptisms = forgiveness? They’re supposed to be about proclaiming your faith, not seeking forgiveness.

    • Chris says:

      When you are in a hole, STOP DIGGING, you prat.

    • lucy2 says:


      Either way, it’s not something to be used to wipe the slate clean every time you get out of control. If he truly believed he wanted to change and focus on his faith, etc, he’d make an attempt to change his behavior as well. My guess is he has no intention of that, and this is all just PR. Which is pretty gross.

  18. M.A.F. says:

    A bathtub being used is not that far fetch. For older people, the church does seem to use a pool or something of that caliber for baptism. However, that being said, this is just a PR stunt so he can come across repentant for his sins. He just needs to go away for a year or more, not make any noise what-so-ever and reevaluate his life. Hopefully by then his fan base will be significantly older and he will be just another washed up teen heartthrob.

    • mayamae says:

      I was baptized at fourteen in the religion that specializes in baptism – Baptist. They do not use bathtubs regardless of age. There are baptismal pools of waist high water. Some churches in the south prefer using rivers, as in the bible. The religion believes in full immersion – as Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist.

  19. capepopsie says:

    What an idiot! This is mocking all religious people, as if you can wash away sin. Even if it is supposed to be symbolic. I´m lost for Words, he just took this to a even lower level! He should just shut up, pull up his pants, and start doing something usefull!

  20. Kate2 says:

    Sorry, you can’t wash off douche.

    I don’t care about the racist remarks, I said stupid stuff too when I was 15 and trying to sound cool. I just think he is a little punk overall and I just wish he’d go away.

  21. Rachel says:

    A friend of mine from Northern Ontario tells me there are some terrible racist enclaves and even active KKK groups in the smaller towns like Stratford. Bieber’s dad (and perhaps mom) seems like no prize, so it’s reasonably safe to assume he might have been raised in an environment that was not exactly enlightened.
    My feeling is that he’s lucky he got out of that and met some good people who probably opened his eyes to reality (unfortunately alongside the gross users and enablers). We should wish the same for other kids growing up in racist sh-tholes.

    • Anname says:

      He is a brat, but I think your explanation is valid. If you grow up with racists, you will probably be a racist too. Once he was exposed to the greater world around him, let’s hope he re-evaluated his views.

    • Secret says:

      Please, I live in Stratford and I’ve said before, it is casual racism around here. We are not all raging racists who would be comfortable dropping that word at the mall or in conversation with strangers. I just don’t want people to think everyone who lives and grew up in Stratford go doing this on a regular basis and that racism is no big deal here. To my knowledge there are no big KKK groups around here and we aren’t all just running around using that word. It does not come up in casual conversation in public. Northern Ontario is Very far from Stratford. Like Buffalo, NY to New York City far. We have a problem with motorcycle gangs and massive meth labs moving in here, but I have never heard of the KKK in the city or surrounding area. Canadian racism stems towards our native population.

      That being said, his parents were young and pretty wild when they had him, I’d look more at his family upbringing than community upbringing.

    • Meredith says:

      I grew up in a small city about an hour from Stratford (Guelph). Lots of small towns surrounding it. No KKK anywhere (and I’m talking about the ’60’s and ’70’s). Yes, there is/ was racism but no KKK. Not anywhere. We were more worried about drugs and later about Quebec separating from Canada.

  22. dorothy says:

    This is all for PR. The toilet would have been more appropriate.

  23. word says:

    At 15 years old, you’re a sophomore in high school….you are getting prepared to become a driver…you are able to work at a job (in some places)…yet not old enough to know the “n” word is bad? Come on.

    Also, if all you need to do to get rid of your sins is get “baptized” over and over again, why would anyone bother to be moral or a good person?

  24. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    I loathe him for (re)using the sacrament of baptism for his own pr. If he was seriously doing it god religious reasons, why tell everyone? He thinks we are idiots.

    • Dame Snarkweek says:

      Ita. Lowest of the low.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:


      I simply cannot type today.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      I completely agree.
      It is also really low that he would use this same tactic again, for the 2nd time! He tried it first when he was manhandling the flight attendant. Why only do this when you are in the midst of a scandal? Why advertise it? He is just so insincere, and even though I am not religious myself, I think this is so wrong.

  25. Mingy says:

    omg he’s just too full of shit! ppl are always covering/taking the blame for him…i can’t believe i used to crush on usher..crusher ?

  26. me says:

    I think there are way too many people making money off of Justin. This is the reason they want to let his racist remarks slide. He wasn’t five years old when he said these things, he was 15. That is old enough to know better. He was out of Stratford at the age of 12 (when he was discoverd by Usher). He lived in Atlanta during that time…Atlanta…a city with a huge African American population !

    • Dame Snarkweek says:

      Like so many other pop stars, Bieber treats black people like accessories, props to make themselves look cool and imbue them with credibility. Cyrus does this, as well.beyond disgusting.

      • TheOneandOnlyOnly says:

        Agreed, and again where is the criticism compared to what Charlie sheen, mel Gibson, Michael Richards, and others.
        Does anyone in the entertainment world have any integrity. The non-reaction of much of the black music community is especially sad – imagine if this were a white country pop star like Toby Keith.
        Is that Pastor on the payroll, He’s doing Mammon’s work, not God’s.

      • Dame Snarkweek says:

        Exactly. Black people, especially in the music industry, should be lining up to criticize/boycott this little entitled imp. Stars like Rihanna can engage in twitter feuds but can’t call Bieber out for being the monster he really is. Sad.

    • lionbdadddy says:

      You’re right. They will let it slide. Bieber could make a racial slur today and they’d have some excuse to dismiss it. Until he isn’t making them money they will be just fine to rally behind him and excuse his behavior. 15 years is old enough to know and I don’t buy being a kid as an excuse. I could imagine the black industry/community would be raising hell if Ed Sheeran, a real musical genius was the one who made these comments at 15 which surfaced a few years later. As for the baptism pr stunt, it’s a despicable low. Celebrities are so predictable and full of s***. Bieber should ditch the yes peeps in his life and surround himself with people that aren’t afraid to stick it to him. He’s not mature for his age and never will be if continues to surround himself with the wrong people that seem like they are employed for him to party with.

      • me says:

        I was talking about EVERYONE that is making money off of him. That includes Scooter Braun and everyone at his record label…all ethnicities. People let things slide when it comes to making money. Bieber is making A LOT of people’s bank accounts full. I think it’s ridiculous that they are all making excuses for him. He lived in Atlanta for 3 years…from age 12 to 15 or longer. Don’t tell me he didn’t know the “n” word was a horrible word never to be spoken around ANYONE. I heard there are more tapes of him that are even more damaging.

  27. Malificent says:

    I’m not sure any baptism can wash away the sin of referring to oneself in the third person….

  28. Other Kitty says:

    If he’s already been baptized, there is no need to do it again. He shouldn’t be shouting from the rooftops. What he needs to do is sincerely ask for forgiveness from God, and if he is sincerely repentant, God assures us that his sins will be forgiven. He needs to try to move forward with a God-pleasing life, which means stop going to Brothels and doing drugs and being disrespectful. I imagine that it would be nearly impossible for him to make such a major change. He’ll need an attitude adjustment and to make some major changes in his life.

    • enya says:

      Genuine question, as I haven’t read much of the bible: does it say anything about drugs?

  29. Jemba says:

    “playing with racial slurs” – ???

    This is a “thing”? I didn’t know it was OK to play-pretend being an ugly hateful person…

  30. Jemba says:

    If he wanted it to be private, just some personal QT with the Lord, why are we hearing about it?

  31. Bread and Circuses says:

    I dunno. He was raised religious, and he went away from that in a big way (i.e. brothel visits in Brazil), but he’s still young enough that his latent religiosity probably has a lot of power over him still.

    Also, part of the reason he went away from his religion was because he was creating a new family for himself out of his group of friends, which is pretty normal for teenagers. As we move away from our parents, we start to bond with those our own age.

    To have the stupidity of his very-young teen years threaten those new bonds probably *is* traumatic for him. Lots of us toy with being “shocking” and “transgressive” when we’re very young teenagers, and he just chose a particularly vile way to experiment with not being a good boy anymore. His embarrassment and regret may have genuinely sent him back to his faith to try to put a bandaid on that pain.

    What’s more interesting to me is that in the past few months, Beiber hasn’t been as in-your-face offensive anymore. He’s not peeing in buckets or having roid-rage fits at photographers; he’s been quiet and in Mexico a lot.

    I wonder if someone has staged an intervention that actually worked, and the kid is quietly trying to get straight right now.

  32. FLORC says:

    Ugh! This brat.

    Sounds like Bieber has confused Confession with Baptism.
    1 you profess your sins to your God and ask for forgiveness. You also might need to spend some time praying and trying to understand why you sinned and how to better yourself. How to avoid doing what you’r in need of forgiveness for.

    Baptism is NOT a PR strategy to say you’re right with God. People who flaunt their actions like foursquare church services and pray openly, but rarely privately gets under my skin. And if Bieber or those types of people truly believe in God they wouldn’t act like that imo.

    We know Bieber is not a true racist. His type of racism is a sencondary symptom of being an idiot.

  33. aquarius64 says:

    I’m disappointed that Usher is putting Butt Paste on Bieber’s latest bout of PR diaper rash. Since the Swaggy One likes to THINK he’s grown, he takes responsibility for his actions. Stop using high profile black entertainers to codify your mess, and stop using black D-list members of your posse to throw under the bus when you run afoul of the criminal justice system.

  34. Ruyana says:

    Every time I see him do that “prayer hands” pose I just want to slap him silly!

  35. Ange says:

    UGH. I’m an atheist and I think this kid has just highlighted the most hypocritical part of religions for me. You shouldn’t get to go out and act like a raging douchebag every day and then get a quick bath or spend a few hours in church or tell someone in a fancy outfit all about it then BOOM! You’re ok to go out and do it again. Be like the wonderful people I work for and just go out and… be a good person. Do good things. Be kind and respectful and charitable not because you think it’s going to get you a reward in the end or it might help your PR game but because it should feel good for you and those you’re helping. This kid has missed the mark so completely it’s astounding.

  36. Amy says:

    I am loving this header pic so much due to the nature of this post. Does he pose like that a lot?

  37. Maria of MD says:

    I do hope someone told this whelp Bieber that if he doesn’t change his ways and start acting like a rational, considerate adult, then all the baptisms in the world won’t save you from yourself. It only works if it becomes a point of motivation in your existence. Frankly, I’m not optimistic. He’s all show and surface and no depth.