If you absolutely despise Justin Bieber, try to look at this story rationally rather than with your hatred. I'll be honest, as a "belieber" he most definitely hasn't been on my good side lately. I can't stand his behavior, or what the gossip sites are portraying his behavior as, but I'm looking at the current story floating the internet waves and I'm disgusted in the court system.
Here's the situation: Justin Bieber's BODYGUARD is being charged with allegedly beating up a paparazzi. The photographer is claiming Justin Bieber "ordered" the beat down which is why he was called into the deposition on Friday in Miami to be questioned. The biggest problem is the photographers lawyer. He has the right to ask questions in regards to the case itself, but he's also brought up a lot of unnecessary questions i.e.: Is Usher your mentor? How were you discovered? Or anything involved Selena Gomez. There's really one simple question here: "Hey Justin, did you order your bodyguard beat up my client?" Anything outside of the incident seems a little like you're trying too hard to get a rise out of your witness and maybe trying to get your 15 minutes of fame by doing so.
So, while you go and watch this video from the deposition and you start to think Justin Bieber is continuing his "rude," "arrogant." "immature" behavior...take a breath and think about all the crap he's legally been through recently and ask yourself, "Would any of this have happened to the average person or is this just because of his celebrity?" The facts aren't lining up in multiple cases, including basically everything in Miami with his "drag racing," "DUI" and so on. If I were him, I would appear to be just as annoyed that my time is being wasted and I'm essentially being the targeted repeatedly.
Love him. Hate him. Want him to lose or succeed. If any of us were just 20 years old and in shoes, I have to believe we'd all feel frustrated.
The full story: http://www.tmz.com/2014/03/10/justin-bieber-videotaped-deposition-video-selena-gomez-usher/
For weeks, months even, I've been loving Pharrell's "HAPPY" but, as I'd dance and sing along I've asked myself "what does a room without a roof feel like?" and "if I can't answer that question, how can I truly know if i'm happy enough to clap my hands?"
Finally, Pharrell has answered this question because apparently I'm not the only confused listener.
He tweeted out: "It is metaphorical for one's space w/out limit. This emotion can be infinite and achievable by all."
Well, thank you for that Pharrell. I feel much better now. But, I also think our night guy, Bill was on to something; his answer to the question is plain and simple: A room without a roof, feels like a fence.
After being one of the biggest independent artists around in the last year and change, what do you think Macklemore and Ryan Lewis would do? Well, I have to believe you go from shopping at the "Thrift Shop" to maybe buying a $3.3M dollar mansion in Seattle. Oh, look at that! I was right!
Ryan Lewis just dropped a butt load of money on a mansion and, I would have to say it's well deserved. Check it out.
For every sensitive listener...for every complaint about the subject matter of Flo Rida...for every confused call on why Miley has something bleeped out and then going "ooooooooh!" once explained...it leads me back to the 90s when we were a much more easy going society. Way more laid back, way less politically correct, way uh...happier. Lets go back to the 90s, k?
In my eyes, Jimmy Fallon can do no wrong. I've loved him since the moment he started giggling through an SNL sketch. Now, he's the host of the Tonight Show and he's crushin' it! Check out his "school" version of Frozens "Let It Go" with Idina Menzel!
Who knew an article of clothing, eh, an "accessory" could cause so much buzz? Pharrell most likely didn't. Was he trying to make a fashion statement? Maybe. But, there is no way he could've imagined how immensley popular his Arbys like hat would become.
It has its own twitter account. It was passed around at the Oscars to get the pizza boy tips. It's famous! So famous in fact, Arbys claimed they wanted their hat back! But, what were they willing to do to get it? Turns out they were willing to fork over $44,100.
Pharrell had auctioned off his hat on eBay and the money would be going to his charity From One Hand to AnOTHER.
Now the money can go to a good spot and the hat can go back to it's rightful owners.