Don't panic. The kid has a Life Alert button on him at all times that dispatches his throes of fans in case anything ever happens to him.
Justin Bieber was involved in a minor car accident at noon on Tuesday. A resident of Studio City, the 17 year-old was driving a black Ferarri that collided with a Honda Civic in an underground parking garage in Studio City, according to Los Angeles Police Officer Karen Rayner.
Bieber's car was "tapped from behind" by the Honda. Seriously? A car accident involving a Honda and a teenager driving a Ferarri and the Honda is at fault?
I would assume this was a Bieber fan desperate to meet him and willing to go to any lengths to do so, but I doubt they could see him in the vehicle, as his head probably barely reaches the steering wheel.
According to officer Gregory Baek, there was no visible damage to Bieber's car. But TMZ reports that a member of Justin's entourage decided it was better to be safe than sorry and decided to call the police. Because, you know, the LAPD is never busy or anything. Reportedly, the Ferarri wasn't Bieber's.
This isn't the first fender bender the pop star has found himself in lately. He was recently pulled over by an undercover police officer on Ocean Drive in Miami. At the time, he was driving his friend Sean Kingston's Rolls Royce convertible. Police thought it was suspicious someone that young was driving such an expensive car.
A source said at the time, "An undercover police officer was driving behind Justin and [his passenger] Sean Kingston. He pulled them over in front of the restaurant on Ocean Drive because he thought it was strange that this young kid was driving a brand new convertible Rolls-Royce."
Yeah, so do I. They should've arrested him.
It was announced on Tuesday that Bieber will host the return of MTV's Punk'd, replacing Ashton Kutcher. His first victim was the music industry. Just kidding, it was Taylor Swift. Kutcher remains executive producer of the show. Back in January, Ashton expressed his desire to have Bieber as the new face of Punk'd:
"People were afraid I was going to punk them wherever I went and I’m starting to get invited to stuff again and it’s actually a good thing. I’ll be involved in some capacity if we do it and there could be a new host but I can’t say a whole lot. [Justin Bieber] is a nice kid and he’s a funny kid – and people don’t know he’s a funny kid yet… and he’s sneaky. And I like sneaky people."