Canadians aren't the only ones fed up with Justin Bieber. TMZ says a trio of Miami's hottest nightclubs rebuffed the misbehaving popster, 20, last weekend because "he's a bigger headache than he's worth."
Seems Bieber's people tried to reserve tables at hotspots LIV, Story, and Adoré while he was in town but were turned down at all three. His camp "begged and pleaded," and even promised that his entourage would spend "big money" on alcohol if he was granted entry, but they still said nope.
The supposed reasons: Justin isn't 21 (a rule he could get around if he performed even a single song, but he apparently didn't want to); and his January DUI arrest while driving a Lamborghini resulted in lots of bad publicity for Miami club SET, where he had partied before the police run-in.
Despite the club snub, Bieber had a pretty good weekend. He Instagrammed a photo of a $2 million Bugatti, seemingly a gift from hip-hop mogul Birdman, who we hope has a solid retirement plan in place.
"My first Bugatti," wrote Justin, who already owns a couple of Ferraris and a Fisker Karma. "#generosity."
Birdman, a co-founder of Cash Money Records, has been working with the Biebs on his new music. He apparently decided a dangerously fast red sports car was what was lacking in Justin's life. TMZ, however, says the Bugatti is just a loaner, despite what Bieber's message implied.
Meanwhile, a satirical website took in a few suckers this weekend when it Photoshopped an image that purported to show Justin puckering up with new pal Austin Mahone. It also invented a tweet to go with it: "Meet my new boyfriend. I'm Bi, so what?"
The hoax was quickly quelled, with some help from a photo Bieber shared of himself in the studio. The caption: "Wondering if she's too high maintenance."
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