ATLANTA - A source very close to Justin Bieber says that the talented pop singer is devastated that the residents of Atlanta do not want him moving into their community.
Bieber even went as far as to say he would donate $125,000 to The Buckhead Neighborhood Alliance if he could move there.
But BNA president Liddie Lou Hornholtz said that they don't want money from a spoiled brat who goes around speeding all over town and endangering men, women, children, and even alligators.
The Canadian singer who is in danger of being deported back to the Land of The Mounties (Canada) told Hollywood Vis-á-Vis reporter Hacienda Dakota that he may see about possibly buying a house in Savannah, the hometown of Paula Deen.
SIDENOTE: Justin told Miss Dakota that if the city of Savannah refuses to allow him to move there he may consider hiring the highly touted attorneys from California, cousins Gloria and Ginger Allred.