By now, you all know that Justin Bieber was arrested this morning in Miami for being a dummy (DUI, resisting arrest, blah, blah, blah). And if for some reason this is the first you're hearing of it, welcome back to life, we're so glad you finally came out of your coma.
There is so much Bieber noise happening on twitter, it's hard to navigate through it all. So we've been working hard going through some of the best Justin Bieber related tweets today. Here goes...
Justin Bieber was arrested for resisting arrest charges or as the police put it, "hahhahahhahahhahhahha sigh"— Barbara Holm (@barbara_holm) January 23, 2014
The most tragic part of the Justin Bieber story is the phrase "rented yellow Lamborghini."— Chris Regan (@ChrisRRegan) January 23, 2014
Congrats to Justin Bieber on finally having something interesting to sing about— Jake Weisman (@weismanjake) January 23, 2014
Don't lecture me about taking joy in Justin Bieber's downfall. He put drivers in danger the moment he began releasing radio-friendly music.— Matt Goldich (@MattGoldich) January 23, 2014
I wonder if this DUI will be covered in the third documentary about justin bieber's life— Joe Mande (@JoeMande) January 23, 2014
Thinking of changing the name of my website to "Lesbians Who Look Like Justin Bieber but Make Better Life Choices"— Dannielle Owens-Reid (@dannielleor) January 23, 2014
Justin Bieber needs help. It's not "just because he's young..." I'm the same age and I would never drink and drive, OR wear leather shorts.— Elijah Daniel (@aguywithnolife) January 23, 2014
Justin Bieber's mugshot was 10 times better than any yearbook picture I've ever taken— Brooke (@BrookeFromOI) January 23, 2014
What's going on with Justin Bieber jk I know what's going on because I'm a victim of my environment— AmberTozer (@AmberTozer) January 23, 2014
hug for u @justinbieber— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) January 23, 2014
While we know that last tweet isn't supposed to be funny, it might be the most hilarious of them all.
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