American political science expert Justin Bieber says that he'll end the War on Drugs once and for all because LOL, OKAY YOU DO THAT JUSTIN.
For those of you who want to feel old on a Wednesday morning, the U.S. government officially declared the War on Drugs in 1971. Justin Bieber was born in 1994.
Today he tweeted, "shootout to @UncleRUSH [Russell Simmons]. gotta support him to #EndTheWarOnDrugs and show that we the youth have a voice." Our protector and savior, Justin is going to end this controversial government policy once and for all, one hashtag at a time.
He wants to see more creative criminal justice reform when it comes to punishing drug offenses; he's in favor of a policy that's less wasteful with a precedent on rehabilitation. You know, just in case he's ever in a situation where he needs to be officially reprimanded for smoking all dat weed and allegedly drinking dat sizzurp by the pint.
A lot of celebrities have thrown their star support behind the cause—Will Smith, Jon Hamm, Demi Moore, Eva Longoria, Jamie Foxx to name a few—but Justin's comes with some baggage.
Ironic, considering the singer has been caving under negative drug-fueled news reports lately, most of it surrounding his wild mansion parties where booze and weed are readily available.
Also, Justin's not American.