Hit a record-breaking number of 655,180,105 views with a YouTube music video? Done. Garner about 14,243,868 followers on Twitter? Done. What else? Blow up Instagram, a popular photo sharing app on iPhone, by posting up a single picture? Done and done.
Young Canadian pop artist Justin Bieber has probably achieved more than the standard 17-year-old can handle. Of course, fame and fortune comes with a price so it’s no surprise that a “wealth” of criticism would come nicely packaged with the popularity.
Recently, he has landed himself in even hotter media buzz that has gone absolutely rampant around the globe.
20-year-old Californian woman, Mariah Yeater, claimed to have had sex with Justin Bieber after a concert in a backstage bathroom at Staples Center and that he is the father of her 3-month-old son.
Uh, cool piercings, Mariah.
And how did she come to the conclusion that he is indeed, the father of her child? “My baby’s pout is just like Justin’s”, she said. Cue the facepalm, somebody:
As if that’s not enough, Mariah Yeater has also claimed in court papers first reported by Star magazine that her encounter with the teen heartthrob was brief, lasting only approximately 30 seconds and that Justin Bieber was clearly embarrassed about how the sex did not last very long.
Still, what? Justin Bieber is capable of fathering a son?
This guy? Sorry. Cannot compute.
Maybe it’s because he still is really young and honestly, Mariah Yeater honey, this could very well turn against your advantage. We hear that she could be investigated for having sex with a minor (Justin Bieber was 16 at the time). It’s illegal in California to have sex with someone under the age of 18 and that basically means that she could be charged for statutory rape.
But we’re not sure if she really cares seeing that her eyes are already firmly set on the “child support’ prize.
Well, what can we say? He did take the pedestal as #3 in Forbes’ list of “Top 100 World’s Most Powerful Celebrities” and is worth about USD53million (RM164million) after all.
Bieber’s lawyers have since announced that the Canadian heartthrob will take a DNA test as soon as he returns from his European promotional tour to establish that he is not the father of 20-year-old Mariah’s 3-month-old son.
Or anyone’s son, for that matter.
For now, anyway.