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Friday, 10 January 2014

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Justin has said that he has not changed his mind about hanging up his microphone.

FORT WORTH, Texas - Justin Bieber was in the Texas city known as Cowtown.

He had traveled down to Fort Worth to purchase a pair of authentic Texas rattlesnake cowboy boots.

Justin said that he had heard about the famous boots from Clint Eastwood who starred in dozens of movie Westerns.

Bieber was asked by a reporter for Hollywood Innuendo if he had changed his mind about retiring from the music business.

He replied that he had not and said that since announcing his retirement his mother's hair has stopped turning gray.

Tahiti Zeppelin with HI asked him if he still thinks that his ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez will ever take him back.

Justin gazed downward, towards his crotch, and remarked that in his heart he feels that Wynonna Judd will get down to 98 pounds before that happens.

He did say that he had just received a text message from Kim Jong Un inviting him to visit North Korea.

The Biebs said that he would get to stay at Kim Jong Un's Presidential Palace in Pyongyang.

SIDENOTE: Justin really wants to travel to North Korea and he is going to ask the North Korean leader if he can bring along his mother who has literally been through hell due to her son's childish, bratty antics.

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