News: Raekwon Drops Gems On Troubled Teen Music Star: "Don't Do Your S**t Corny-Looking"
Sunday, Feb 2, 2014 11:50PM
Wu-Tang Clan's Raekwon has dished out his thoughts on teen sensation Justin Bieber in light of his slew of run-ins with law enforcement these past few weeks.
In Rae's perspective, the Biebs has to think twice before putting himself into sticky situations.
"Shorty, you got to be held accountable for the things that you do, you know what I mean," Rae said. "Don't throw it all away for nothing. People love you because they see that you have something -- you can't. You got to show them that you won't change as a person, but you'll grow through experiences. ... Just be a little bit more cautious on how you do sh*t, you know" Don't do your sh*t corny-looking. Do it in a way that people respect that you're getting older. He got paper. He coolin'. He can have anything that he wants. Sometimes because of our success we let that go through our head, too. I like him, personally. That's my guy. I wish him the best." (AHH)
According to reports, music producer Jermaine Dupri recently said Bieber fell victim to being a mega celebrity.
Jermaine Dupri voiced his support for Justin Bieber by saying the crooner was a victim of celebrity profiling by Miami Beach PD. The So So Def CEO knows a thing or two about South Florida cops targeting celebs, considering he was almost arrested during a routine traffic stop back in December. According to JD, law authorities pulled him over and accused the producer of drug possession. Despite Dupri trying to explain to cops that the smell derived from clubs allowing attendees to smoke inside their facilities, the officials went on with their search and found nothing in return. However, Jermaine did suggest Justin Bieber's only flaw was driving a car that was "too flashy" down the Miami strip. (XXL Mag)
A few days prior, the Biebs posted up a Michael Jackson-inspired photo onto his Instagram page following his jail release.
Justin Bieber is feeling like the King of Pop. The teen superstar has compared himself to his idol Michael Jackson in a split black-and-white photo on Instagram. The Biebs posted a pic of himself waving to fans from atop his chauffeured car after being released from jail alongside a 2004 photo of Jackson, who stood on top of an SUV outside court after pleading not guilty to child molestation charges. "What more can they say ?," wrote Biebs, along with a crown symbol. (Rap-Up)
Photos of Bieber leaving his Miami home last month after posting bail heated up the 'net.
It's been a tough week for Justin Bieber. But the troubled teenager seemed happy enough on Friday night as he was pictured grinning when he left a rented Miami mansion. The self-styled King of Pop was in good spirits, signing autographs for fans while surrounded by bodyguards. Also with him was his 38-year-old father Jeremy, amid fears that the star's life may be spiraling out of control, and who some have accused of being a bad influence on Justin. (New York Daily News)
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