Bieber’s Very Bad Week

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Looks like London just doesn’t like Justin Bieber or he’s just having a hell of a bad week.

First, he shows up more than two hours late for his shows which fans and parents of the fans alike were not to happy with. Then he followed it up with the scapegoat excuse of “technical difficulties.” Just last night, it was reported that the Canadian pop star fainted on stage due to shortness of breath, but after getting some oxygen backstage, he was able to rally through the end of his show thanks in part to the encouragement of his fans, not the ones he sort of snubbed the day before.

Now he’s had an altercation with a paparazzo which resulted in his own body guard having to restrain him. Bieber was quoted as saying such things to the paparazzo as “F..k off you little cock, f..k off back to America” and “I’ll beat the f..k out of you.” So far, there has been to actual reason why this altercation took place, but the pop star did tweet a few massages to his fans about how he felt about the explicit-filled altercation.

“Ahhhhh! Rough morning. Trying to feel better for this show tonight but let the paps get the best of me…”

“Sometimes when people r shoving cameras in your face all day and yelling the worst thing possible at u…well I’m human. Rough week.”

“Not gonna let them get the best of me again. Gonna get focused on this show tonight. Adrenaline is high now. Gonna put it on the stage…Only way someone can break u is if u let them.”

As if that wasn’t bad enough, just yesterday his leech of a friend, Lil’ Twist, crashed his Friske into a set of cement poles in front of a liquor store and bailed which constitutes as a hit and run in the state of California since there was damage done to the property as well as the car.

Even with all these set backs, Bieber is set to take the stage once again tonight for day four of this O2 Arena tour stops.

Hawaii Passes Steven Tyler Law

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A month after Steven Tyler proposed a bill to help protect celebrities from the paparazzi in Hawaii, the senate have voted to pass the law. Since Tyler was the one to propose such a law, it has officially been named the “Steven Tyler Act.”

The Steven Tyler Act, or SB465, officially creates a civil cause for action for the “constructive invasion of privacy,” making it possible to sue a paparazzo or other like-minded offender “if the person captures or intends to capture, in a manner that is offensive to a reasonable person, through any means a visual image, sound recording, or other physical impression of another person while that person is engaging in a personal or familial activity with a reasonable expectation of privacy.”

Twenty-three out of 25 of the senate members voted for the bill which will soon be heading to the House for its next step. Last month, while at the hearing testimony before the Hawaii’s State Senate Judiciary Committee, Tyler told them that paparazzi come with the property of being a star, but when they use huge lenses to take pictures of personal time which then in turn goes into magazines and other publications, it feels like a serious invasion of privacy.