Did Justin Bieber Died?
January 29, 2011 by Post Team
Did Justin Bieber Died, People started searching about that Did Justin Bieber Died? It’s a Rumor it was started by various media websites. And twitter is one of main source that spread that rumor after it Google showing in its Most Searched terms.
Have you heard? Selena Gomez is pregnant, and you’ll never guess who is the baby daddy Justin Bieber! Can you imagine running a little Justin? They are so young! What about their careers?
Do not get too excited or outraged or jealous or sad – or whatever your reaction to the news. While announcements of pregnancy in Hollywood were non-stop lately, it seems to be nothing but a rumor. It started on Twitter, like most “good” rumors of celebrities do with the news that TMZ ran a story saying that the pair was pregnant. TMZ alone never did.
Now, it does not seem to have withdrawn her purity ring at the end (bold), and both have spent much time together looking rather sentimental, so I guess it is a small chance Gomez is pregnant. But I’d say it’s about as slim a chance that the shaved head Bieb soon. Although there are rumors he is or will be soon. In fact, when it comes to these two, there are rumors about everything in life. Some of the most frequent and recent:
At least once every two weeks there are reports that he died. Many other celebrities are killed off, via the Internet, but Justin seems to be the most frequent. Now he was hospitalized recently legitimately, albeit briefly, after an allergic reaction, but it is quite otherwise.
This rumor has legs, and might not be true … and interesting. Apparently Ashton Kutcher is looking to bring the show and want to welcome Justin. Perez Hilton reports that Kutcher told Bieber: “. It’s a nice boy and he is a child funny – and people do not know that there still a little funny … and he is sly and cunning like people “
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