Look out – Justin Bieber‘s grandpa is getting out his can of whoopass. The ‘Believe’ singer might have just survived the wrath of the media, paparazzi and even the parents of his young fans, but he’s about to get schooled by his harshest critic yet: His 61-year-old grandpa. I see a spanking in Biebs’ future.
According to George Bieber, his shirtless, backwards-cap-wearing grandson is a good-for-nothing who is “too big for his britches” and has forgotten his family. “He never calls us and now I sometimes think he doesn’t care…[He] seems to be getting caught up in this lavish lifestyle and has forgotten us,” George tells British mag The Sun.
George – who is the father of Justin’s biological dad – claims that he and his wife are living in squalor but his multi-millionaire grandson has not stepped up to help them. The self-employed contractor says he is disabled due to a work-related back injury and has resorted to sleeping on a dirty mattress in the front room of his dilapidated home because he cannot make it up the stairs.
“When I hear about his recent behavior I just wonder who on earth is looking after him as, believe me, this is not the loving little boy we always knew. It’s like we now live on different planets,” George continues.
But he says Justin treats his other grandparents – the parents of mom Pattie Mallette – very differently. “For them nothing seems to be too much trouble. He buys them new houses, cars, luxury holidays, anything they want. But for us, nothing.,” George says.
“I would love a new house as now I cannot even make it upstairs, my back is so bad. But I guess that is not on the cards for us. Justin might be worth $110 million but we certainly have never seen a penny of it. It does make me sad, as right now our life is pretty desperate. It’s hard to imagine the money Justin has, as it’s about as far removed from our life as you could get.”
Are you reading this Justin? Time to lay off the tattoos and Lamborghinis, dig deep into your pockets and buy grandpa and grandma that time-share in Boca they deserve.