Found May 31, 2012 on PSAMP:
PLAYERS: Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber looked stupid in a Steelers hat in Paris. This follows him looking stupid in another Steelers hat. You are not a Steelers fan. You are Canadian and like 20 pounds. I imagine you play football even worse than these Chelsea soccer players. Plus that hat is somehow bigger than your moon-like cranium. And not like Mac Tonight moon-head. More like Futurama's Luna Park mascot moon-head (1:21 mark here for video). Stunning. Go Steelers.

Justin Bieber Trains With Mike Tyson, Takes Some Cuts at Heavy Bag (Video)

Justin Bieber recently got into a scuffle with a photographer who claims he was "roughed up" by the teen pop sensation. It must have been some leftover anger from Bieber's training session with Mike Tyson. Bieber can be seen punching a heavy bag in a video that has surfaced on the Internet. Holding the bag is none other than Iron Mike himself, causing many to wonder...

Mike Tyson Training Justin Bieber

The Bieber is everywhere these days, and seems to be really favoring hanging out with the cream of the boxing crop. Here is the Biebs training with mike Tyson. No big deal. Justin swung by my place during the weekend of the Billboard Music Awards to say hi to the family. We took him straight to garage and had him hit the bags. JB’s got the moves! Article found on: Cosby Sweaters

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