Justin Bieber isn’t laying down when it comes to his fight against the swarms of paparazzi in his constant pursuit.
Following a court’s decision to not rule against the pesky photogs, Justin Bieber decided to take things into his own hands. The teen music icon confronted two faceless video capturers while holding up traffic in one of Los Angeles’ busiest intersections.
The recorded clip, which has since been published by Entertainment Tonight, captured how the scene went down. Here’s the play-by-play:
“I think you should stop driving crazy Justin. Really, man,” the obviously concerned citizen remarks.
Justin appears to try to ignore the photog at first, but can't resist giving the driver back some sass…
“I think you guys should probably stop following me,” says Justin.
But the “As Long As You Love Me” singer meant business as he pulls the mama card…
“What do your parents think about what you do…?” Justin asks. “Do you tell them, ‘I stalk people for a living’?”
Meanwhile, drivers backed up behind the incident waiting to get on with their less significant lives honked impatiently. “Uh, we need to move! Let’s go,” one lady yells. When they don't, a male driver walks up to Justin and urges him get on with it already.
Finally, Justin peals out…
Of course, Justin’s no stranger to the drag of a camera crew following his every move. Earlier this year he was accused of being involved in a physical altercation with a photog that ended in a 911 call. Then, just last week, a judge ruled an anti-paparazzi law unconstitutional—saying it was in the interest of celebs and not the public—relating to a high speed pursuit the boy wonder was involved in…
So it doesn’t look like the law will be much help for Canadian Youtube strummer-turned-swagger king.
For now, here’s a suggestion, Justin: Roll up your windows and don’t drive a car that screams “Hey, world… Look over here! It’s me: Justin ‘Figgin’ Bieber!”
Check out the clip here:
Photo Credit: Entertainment Tonight