Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Sunday, 20 April 2014

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Justin visited his mom at The Henry & Betty Ford Rehab Clinic. (Photo provided by Lindsay Lohan).

LOS ANGELES - Justin Bieber flew into Los Angeles to visit his mother Pattie Mallette who is presently staying at The Henry & Betty Ford Rehab Clinic.

As he left the building he was approached by a reporter with Hollywood Innuendo.

The reporter identified as Fajita San Guacamole asked Bieber about the recent rumors that he had allegedly been taking performance enhancing drugs.

Bieber looked puzzled and told her that he is a singer and not an athlete so why in the world would he want to take PED's.

He was told that singers, dancers, and even comedians have been known to take PED's in order to enhance their performances.

Bieber looked quite shocked and said that he had no idea that his singing could have been improved.

He told her that his singing was already about as perfect as humanly possible.

"Really?" Miss San Guacamole asked.

"Oh yes," Justin replied and then he sang a few bars from his hit song "One Less Lonely Girl."

"Okey dokey...if you say so Biebs." San Guacamole remarked trying to keep from laughing.

SIDENOTE: Justin told Miss San Guacamole that it looks like President Obama is going to be giving him a small extension on the matter concerning his deportation.

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