Written by Katarina Frogpond2
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Topics: Justin Bieber

Saturday, 9 March 2013

Friends of Justin Bieber have tonight revealed what Justin meant when he cryptically tweeted that he snapped at journalists today because they were "Saying the Worst thing".

The friend who wishes to be known only as LA said "Those journalists are bad people. They said the most unimaginably horrific things. They said they thought Justin was a Tory. They said he looked like a Tory, he talked like a Tory, so they thought that he must actually be a Tory." But Justin's friend said it just wasn't true and Justin snapped and shouted "Do I look like a bedroom taxer, to you?" To which the journalist replied "No, you look like a smug, smilie person who says he's squeaky clean and then dresses up in a gas mask to go for a walk". Justin was extremely puzzled by this, but we weren't

Word on the Westminster Street is that George Osborne was seen last week wearing just the same outfit. He said he needed to wear this disguise now and again because people liked to shout mean things at him in the street like "Austerity doesn't work" and "Stop trying to make poor people homeless" etc.

Justin says he's never made anyone homeless and he never once destroyed the NHS, and that's why he snapped at the journalists. LA said he wants an apology and a big badge that says "Justin Bieber supports Labour and always will", and maybe some chocolate biscuits... and a bottle of vodka to keep the DTs away while he's on stage, tonight.

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