September 3, 2012

Justin Bieber poses with fans in money-print sweats

Justin Bieber flaunted his wealth by wearing cash-printed sweatpants as he posed for pictures with his 'Beliebers' outside a Los Angeles recording studio yesterday

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez both take hanging with the fans seriously. But Saturday the Biebs might have struck a sour note, outside his L.A. recording studio. He flaunted his millions all over his sweatpants, reports Daily Mail.

The “Boyfriend” singer actually wore maroon sweats with bundles of cash printed all over them. Just a little over-the-top for a guy who has made an estimated $112 million off the adoration of those fans. But the girls did not seem to mind. He also wore a chambray shirt over a white tank, with high top white trainers and his favorite whistle and gold chain.

Justin’s “Beliebers” love to lurk in the studio parking lot, hoping to connect with their dream guy as he heads into work. How did they know he would be recording on a hot September weekend? Anyway, a gaggle of girls were on hand to get hugs and personal pics on their cell phones. A few of them were wearing the Daisy Duke shorts pictured several times recently when Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez got together—only these came in shades of red and pink. Selena wannabes?

Justin Bieber has been posing nonstop for pictures, lately, and three in the same week were bare-chested. One reason is that he wants to show off his new ink. But beyond that he tweeted: “I’m thinking to myself ‘wow really justin 3 shirtless pics in 3 days’ who do i think i am a young @Mark_Wahlberg sheesh lol.”



Another tweet Saturday was aimed straight at the fan base. “at this pt since i was 12 you have all been a part of my life. just thinking about that. been online with you a 3rd of my life. #FAMILY.” Does anyone doubt Justin writes his own tweets? Surely none of his 27.3 million followers. Selena has millions, too—both Twitter followers and money. Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez know how to make the most of the social media. It works for them.






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