As much as there is no denying that Justin Bieber is a huge superstar, there are quite a few people who don’t seem to think the 20-year old singer deserves all of the attention he gets, including legendary Rolling Stones musician Keith Richards, 71.
According to a report from Us Weekly magazine Bieber and Richards were at the same beach side bar on Parrot Cay island in Turks and Caicos over New Years and their interaction didn’t have a great start.
When Bieber came up to the bar an insider says Richards stated, “Who the f–k are you?” and Bieber piped back, “I don’t know, who the f–k are you?”
Instead of being offended, Richards apparently smiled and said “You’re a man, I respect that” and walked away before sending someone over to get the Biebs telling him, “Keith Richards wants to have a drink with you.”
Bieber then realized who he had been talking to and joined the rocker when Richards promptly told him, “Let’s get one thing straight. You’re a wannabe.”Although not seemingly the beginnings of a great friendship, the two apparently sat together and talked for a while before exchanging numbers.
While Bieber let the diss from Richards roll of his back, it wasn’t too long after when the pop star was declared a “butcher version of Miley Cyrus,” from people who were dining in the same restaurant as him.
Apparently Bieber showed up at one his favorite restaurants in L.A. and ended up near a meeting taking place for the Log Cabin Republicans.
The chairman, Ben Coleman, said he went downstairs and asked if he had seen Justin Bieber upstairs. “I went back and looked around the corner and I saw the group and, literally, I didn’t see Justin Bieber, I just saw a bunch of girls. I got a closer look and said, oh yeah that’s the Biebs, for sure. But he looked like a butcher version of Miley Cyrus.”
Seems like the Biebs just can’t catch a break lately after his latest Calvin Klein photos were accused of being photoshopped to make Justin seem better endowed and with more muscles.
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