• Justin Bieber Wears Women’s Jeans

    September 14, 2011 6:03 am 10 comments

    Justin Bieber is a little transgener ferret. Newest reports detail how Justin Bieber enjoys wearing women’s jeans and he’s been wearing them for years.

    The newest revelation into Justin Bieber’s life occurred on the red carpet at Fashion’s Night Out in New York City, where Dan Nordgren pointed out that Bieber was wearing women’s jeans to the event.

    Investigation into the offense spiraled into a miniature media frenzy of interrogation. Was Bieber actually wearing women’s jeans to the Dolce and Gabbana event?

    Bieber avoided questions at first, opting to instead pose for pictures and not answer important questions.

    Reporters from Life and Style magazine were finally able to get Bieber to relent on this subject.  When asked again if he’s been wearing women’s jeans, Bieber confessed yes.

    “I’ve worn women’s jeans before because they fit me. It’s not a trend; it’s just, whatever works, works.”

    Justin Bieber is no better than Chaz Bono.  Today it’s women’s jeans and tomorrow it will be 3 dollar slap happies to the lower trouser businessman in China Town.  Bieber is two shades away from prostituting pink, like Lohan and Spears.

    It’s bad enough that Bieber has had hipster and hipped hopped moments, but slowly converting to gay is something we failed to see happening.  We would rather him stay in a chaste relationship with his Mexican girlfriend than turn into a homohipster.

    Justin Bieber gave no comment on why he is wearing an eccentric black woman’s leapord shoes at time of report.

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    Ashley DeHart Ashley DeHart-Lambert is currently a student of journalism who is active with her university's Greek Council, Volunteer Planning Committee and University Ministries.

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