Bieber EggGate Update: Lil Za Arrested!

Hey everyone, Straight Edge here! As I’m sure you’re aware there’s a lot going on in my life right now, but I wanted to take the time to address an issue that’s been really bugging me: EggGate!

First of all, throwing eggs is definitely not cool. That’s an unborn chicken baby whose life is being taken in vain. According to reports, Justin Bieber threw at least 20 eggs at his neighbor’s house and I mourn for them all.

Thankfully the police took action and raided Bieber’s house this morning to get to the bottom of this atrocity. But it turned out something even worse was going on inside Casa Bieber.

According to reports, police discovered cocaine “in plain view” which belonged to Bieber pal and houseguest Lil Za, whose real name is Xavier Smith.

I absolutely hate drugs. In fact, I like to live by this simple motto:

For the record, officials made it to clear that Bieber was “not connected” to the cocaine, which I’m glad to hear. But if he is connected to the horrible egging, it will be difficult to forgive him.

Should Justin Bieber stop hanging out with Lil Za? Let us know in the comments below!


4 thoughts on “Bieber EggGate Update: Lil Za Arrested!

  1. Fearless Dave

    Why can’t Justin just be normal for once? I don’t know how he still has fans with the stunts that he pulls, I hope the egging wasn’t him or this could cause all sorts of media controversy! Come in Biebs, grow up!!

  2. Caitlin

    Justin needs to learn to act like an adult or he will end up like Lindsey Lohan and Amanda Bynes. We don’t need more of them AT ALL. And btw, Starightedge, its PUGS not drugs!

  3. Emily Nobs

    True, Justin Bieber has been a complete jerk, but I just want to point out something. No chicken lives were lost in the throwing of those eggs. Eggs that are bought from supermarkets are usually unfertilized which means there was no mating and no growing chick inside the egg. Unfertilized eggs are basically chicken periods. No need to mourn Straight Edge, no lives were lost.

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