Tuesday, January 21, 2014

The Justin Bieber Egg Raid

Apparently some of the eggs seized by police in the raid on Justin Bieber's house are now talking. There have been competing reports in the tabloids about what exactly is going on in Justin's life and what was spotted by police in the raid. A few things here. You know that I'm not a fan of Bieber but I also believe that people need to be told the truth about things when it is out there. When the police raided Justin Bieber's house they found drugs in plain sight and Lil Za took the fall for everyone in the house. When you are a hanger on that is your job. You get to have the fun but you are also going to have to be the one who has to deal with the consequences. Everyone enjoyed the drugs but only one person was going down. If, as TMZ reported there were cookie jars filled with pot in plain sight someone would have been arrested. You don't think they would have loved to do so? Ditto with drug paraphernalia. If its in plain sight they are going to do something and if they believed there were more drugs they would have gone back to a judge and got a new warrant.

As far as the texts to Selena Gomez and from her that Radar has been reporting, both Selena and Justin and their various people say they are fake. Now, I am never one to believe a word a publicist says about anything because they basically will say or do anything to get people off the scent but here is where things start to fall apart. If you choose to believe that Justin's cell phone was seized by police then what you have in the texts is a brand new cell phone that Justin acquired and then someone managed to get the messages and send them to Radar. There are texts that specifically mention the raid which means it is a new cell phone. Yes, Justin could very well have more than one phone but the police had a warrant to take all his cell phones. So, you are telling me that as soon as he gets a new phone the first thing he did was take peen shots and start sending those out? Does Justin need rehab? Yep. Is he a drug addict? Yep. Is he a tool? Yep. At the same time though there is no need to pile on and say things just to get page views.

12 comments:

FSP said...

"At the same time though there is no need to pile on and say things just to get page views." Pot meet kettle.

Seven of Eleven said...

"At the same time though there is no need to pile on and say things just to get page views."

Good one!

Dude should've had an iPhone. There's an app that lets you wipe that baby clean and by the time forensics discovers there's egg on your face, it's too late and no one cares.

audrey said...

If there were cookie jars full of pot in plain sight the cops would have busted the home owner on the spot. It wouldn't matter if every one in the house with a Lil attached to their name said it was theirs. My guess is that the raid wasn't about the eggs at all and was fueled by mounting rumors and the neighbors fed up with the noise. They will undoubtedly be back.

LottaColada said...

I like the pic you chose today, enties. It says "fuck the police, I'm going snowboarding."

Courtney said...

Radar specifically said the text messages trace back to Selena's stepdad forwarding them to a friend

Glitter said...

Why not pile on? He deserves it from what I read on CDAN about the way he behaves.

Livinthedream76 said...

It need to be piled on. Maybe it is just me, but I appreciate the breakdown of the spin. This little punk needs to go away period.

texas rose said...

Courtney - I was wondering about that- enty's indepth analysis apparently didn't contemplate that the messages may have been forwarded.

Jacq said...

Cc Enty

Harry Knuckles said...

In 3 hours and 45 minutes there have been only 8, now 9 posts in this thread. Lil Dickhead is slipping into "nobody cares" territory. KHoles next?

ethorne said...

There's no way in hell that was written with a straight face. Entern's probably still trying to stop laughing/catch breath.

Elissa said...

Ugh, I so hate to comment on a Bieber story, but here's the problem I have: while I think the texts could have been forwarded--and therefore could have come from both an older and a new phone--the pictures that I have seen of the texts that accompany articles on Radar (didn't read the articles, don't know if those were actual texts) don't seem at all to be composed by a weed-smoking 19-year old. The grammar, the spelling, and the underuse of text abbreviations make them look like they were sent by someone older.

I'm not saying he didn't send them, and the kid is an uber-asshole, deserving of everything that's being thrown his way lately. But there's something hinky about those texts.