The New York Times, my source for everything Justin Bieber, reported yesterday:
"Scott Braun, the manager of the 16-year-old singer Justin Bieber…was arrested on charges stemming from a November event at which Mr. Bieber’s fans caused a stampede….
The police told Mr. Braun to send out a message on Twitter saying the event was canceled. A lawyer for Mr. Braun said he sent two tweets in seven minutes, but prosecutors say it took him nearly two hours to post the messages."
That's right: The arrest stems from a debate over whether he got the tweets out fast enough.
That's B.S., man! The government can't tell us how to tweet. Justin Bieber's Twitter account is a sanctuary! It's meant to contain the innermost thoughts of Justin Bieber. Thoughts such as:
"LETS GO FOR #1!! BUYOUTS at EVERY STORE!! GET YOUR FRIENDS and LETS DO IT!! THIS IS CRAZY!! THANK U ALL – MY WORLD 2.0 in STORES NOW!!"
We don't need the police corrupting that with their demands. Sometimes the kids just gotta stampede.