In a paternity scandal that's resembling an episode of Maury more and more each day, Justin Bieber has called Mariah Yeater's claims "crap and lies."
Bieber's been busy promoting the bejeezus out of his upcoming Christmas album, Under the Mistletoe, but unfortunately, he's also managing the crapstorm of his very first Hollywood scandal. The Biebs took to Twitter on Tuesday to address Mariah Yeater's allegations that Bieber is the father of her child:
"so this past week and even today every rumor and lie about me possible has been coming out in the press," Bieber said. "Just need to ignore it…but…even through the crap and lies…my fans have been there for me."
And by "been there for him", I assume he's referring to the fact that Beliebers have been threatening to murder Mariah Yeater. They threaten to murder everybody, though. Kim Kardashian, Esperanza Spalding. You're nobody in Hollywood until a Justin Bieber fan has threatened to kill you in cold blood.
Bieber, god love him, then used the scandal as a segue to promote his new holiday album:
"So to the people making up this BS...SANTA CLAUS IS COMIN TO TOWN B*Tches!"
Ah, I love the holidays.
Bieber then posted a link to a video for his new song, Santa Claus Is Coming To Town, Bitches.. Oh, actually, it's just Santa Claus Is Coming To Town.
I'm really not sure who Mariah Yeater is or where she came from, but judging by her Facebook photos, she's clinically insane. I mean, my own Facebook photos are nothing to write home about, but at least my head's not wrapped in cellophane. I do have that going for me.
And as for the rumors of Bieber breaking up with girlfriend Selena Gomez, they are simply not true. The couple were hand-in-hand in Belfast this past weekend before attending the MTV European Music Awards. Good thing, too. I was worried over who would get custody of that dog they just adopted.
Bieber's spokesperson, Matthew Hiltzik, recently confirmed to MTV news that Bieber will submit to a paternity test.
"I can confirm that the team has proactively made arrangements for Justin to be tested upon his return and we're going to hold everyone who is involved responsible," Hiltzik said. "We'll vigorously pursue all available legal remedies to protect Justin and to hold those involved with bringing this suit accountable for their actions."