Tabloid Eyes Justin Bieber’s Gay Club Visit

BieberAccording to News Corp UK tabloid The Sun, Justin Bieber is using gay clubs to find refuge from paternity claims.

What's the best way to knock back rumours you've fathered a love child? Go for a night out on the shandy at "Europe's hottest gay venue". Justin Bieber knocked back allegations he's the father of a lovechild from a 30-second knee trembler with the camp night out in Belfast. After winning two gongs at the MTV EMAs on Sunday, he did some more high-profile work on his defence, by choosing to spend the early hours of Monday morning in gay club Kremlin.

Bieber also entered through a back door, and The Sun couldn't resist:

No jokes about the tradesman's entrance, please.

And don't you know, those gay clubs are dangerous places for young men:

Not exactly the best place for some peace and quiet for an angelic looking young 'un in a city far from home.

Justin Bieber hides Out in a Gay Club [the sun]

Comments

  1. Fred says

    The Sun? Jebus flipping A ch$!st. Leave the kid alone.

    I’m sure the kid has an attorney who can handle it and one tiny little swab of DNA will put this matter to bed.

  2. Daya says

    Ah… the last I heard, JustinB was an entertainer… and ah, a gay club is a great place for an “entertainer” to ah, entertain… and JustinB has a great gay following… for obvious reasons… so… this is news? “JustinB entertains in a gay club! Read all about it… sigh…

  3. Derrick from Philly says

    If being Gay didn’t help the African penguins how the hell does he think it will save him?

  4. Steven says

    There is actually real news here. Bieber is a huge cultural force with influence over tens of millions of young fans. Like Miley Cyrus, he is a self-identified Christian. If he can show that he is comfortable with and friendly with gay people, that will have an impact. In fact, it will be even more impactful than Miley Cyrus, b/c Bieber is constantly subjected to homophobic insults. If he can laugh it off and be totally at ease hanging out in a gay bar, it is going to make a difference with these tens of millions of young fans. And that in turn creates a critical mass that influences non-Bieber fans. Over time, these seemingly minor incidents add up and change the world.