Justin Bieber rose to fame at a mere 15 years old and has topped the charts ever since. But lately the Canadian pop star has been in the headlines for starting some trouble. The star’s neighbor recently reported that Bieber was throwing eggs at his home in the town of Calabasas, California.
Shortly after, Bieber’s mansion was searched and his pal Lil Za was charged with drug possession. Now rumors have been flying about the possibility of the singer being deported back to his native home of Canada.
Some American stars have been taking to his defense. Kylie Jenner spoke on E! about how the star is a target for the tabloids and doesn’t agree with officers raiding Bieber’s home for “eggs.” But others do not feel so sympathetic. American actor Drake Bell took to twitter to comment on Bieber’s situation, telling him to “be a man and take responsibility.”
But what do Canadians think of Justin Bieber and his latest antics? Are they beloved advocates for the young celebrity or do they despise even being associated with him? It seems to be as mixed as American news outlets these days.
Earlier this year, the Canadian news source “The Globe and Mail” went off on Bieber, calling him “a national embarrassment.” – and that was long before this egg-throwing scandal. In November, he was booed at a Canadian football game where he was performing two of his hit songs.
In my opinion, Justin Bieber needs to get his act together. If not, he may lose fans in both countries alike.