Justin Bieber Baby Mama
November 3, 2011 by staff
Well, more or less. Cap with the pop star’s signature baseball and the top-dried, the host Jimmy Fallon raised his hilarious imitation of the Biebs and took the stage to perform an updated version of his song “Baby”, appropriately named “( It is not my) Baby. ”
“You said you did, and I am a father of my lawyer shot, because it looks bad just said this to get my money now Selena Gomez is going to kick my -…”, Fallon sings a pitched Bieber . “Not my baby, baby, baby. Oh-oh, not my baby, baby, baby.”
“You said I did not use protection, which only lasted 30 seconds. But that’s not true. It is a lie. It was totally more like 45″, the comedian continues to hum, before breaking some impressive dance moves.
While the public is the funny skit, Bieber can not be a fan of the overall situation.
In a lawsuit filed Monday, the singer of 17 years old, is accused of having sex with Mary Yeater, 20, backstage at his concert in LA, in October last year. Yeater: Bieber is father of her son, a son named Anthony Tristyn Markhouse Yeater, born three months ago.
Yeater said that when she discovered she was pregnant, she tried to speak with representatives of Bieber, but was unsuccessful. She wants the singer to take a paternity test to “confirm scientifically,” he is the father, according to documents.
Bieber A spokesman vehemently denies the accusation.
“While we have not yet seen the lawsuit, it is sad that someone making claims tortious, defamatory, demonstrably false,” he said in a statement. “We vigorously pursue all available legal remedies to defend and protect Justin against these allegations.”
After the surprising assertion, Bieber took to Twitter to say that it will “focus on the positives.”
“I’m going to ignore the rumors … and focus on what is real,” he wrote Wednesday. “An opportunity to help by doing what I love. I judge about the music! Love yall!”
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