Note to Justin Bieber: You're Not As Cool As You Think You Are


Justin Bieber, you are not some secret CIA spy. You don't look cool when you jump out of a sunroof, slide across the hood of your car, rip off your shirt and hat, and scream at someone because they want their bowtie back. You look ridiculous. You're not a boss for using a flashlight to pick out girls that you want to drink apple juice with back at your pad. You're just disrespectful.

Yes, below, that is a picture of Justin Bieber picking out random women for his crew to approach for him with a flashlight.

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On Sunday, at a South Hampton nightclub, the underage 19-year-old Bieber and his bodyguards got into a fight will another club-goer, Wayne Rennalls. According to a witness, the altercation was over a bow tie that one of the bottle girls liked. Rennalls had let her try it on, and when she was departing the club with Bieber, Rennalls followed in order to get back his tie back. The teen pop star's bodyguards didn't like the proximity of Rennalls to Bieber and that's when a fight ensued.

A source told reporters that "Wayne heard someone yell, 'You done [bleep]ed up now.' Justin jumped out the sunroof of his car and slid down the car like he was in Die Hard ... He dropped his shirt and threw his hat and wanted to throw hands. His people surrounded Wayne, who was getting punched from all angles."

The 22-year-old Rennalls was sent to the hospital with a bruised eye and broken ribs.

Bieber had "handpicked" two women, the much-older-than-him Diana Bhokasub, 24, and Sophia Rayo, 32 (pictured below), to come back with him to the house he had been staying at for the weekend. The women were required to sign non-disclosure agreements during their stay.

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Justin Bieber needs to take a step back into reality and realize that his actions are embarrassing and foolish. The once entertaining young star has turned in the a product of fame, filled with arrogance and some serious anger management issues. I can only hope that he one day understands that his actions are unbefitting of a well-mannered individual.