All he wanted to do was take a photo of a wet dream’s sex toy and make a fast dollar…but instead became his own scandal story.
Justin Bieber has spoken up about the tragedy that befell one paparazzo who had stopped in the middle of a Los Angeles street to take a photo of Justin Bieber’s Ferrari and paid the ultimate price when he was inadvertently killed by a passing vehicle.
Reflected our collective hero after the paparazzo attempted to take a picture of Bieb’s dickmobile after a friend of his who’d been driving it got pulled over:
‘While I was not present nor directly involved with this tragic accident, my thoughts and prayers are with the family of the victim.
‘Hopefully this tragedy will finally inspire meaningful legislation and whatever other necessary steps to protect the lives and safety of celebrities, police officers, innocent public bystanders, and the photographers themselves.’
Hmm. Notice the Biebs ardent attempts to distance himself from this chicanery and let you know although it’s no secret he can’t stand the paparazzi, that he at least had nothing to do with the death of one die hard paparazzo. Which is Biebs way of saying just because he can fly through a million miles an hour doesn’t mean you should try it too….
But then again the Biebs does raise a good point, maybe it wouldn’t be a bad thing to attempt to modify against the rampant invasion that most paparazzi’s cause as they snap away irrespective of whether the celeb in question wants to be photographed or not? Yet can you really blame the paparazzi for simply giving the world what they desperately crave? Or maybe we in the media ought to know better about what we choose to focus on?
No charges are expected to be filed agains the motorist who hit the paparazzo who was known as Chris.