Justin Bieber was in Australia last week on his ‘Believe’ world tour, and he left something behind that is angering some people – a wall full of graffiti. The Biebs left his mark all over a hotel in Gold Coast, Australia and now the city’s mayor Tom Tate has a stern message for the singer, where he called him a “pop princess” and even – gasp – “Beaver.”
“Mayor Tom Tate here from Australia’s Gold Coast,” Tate said, in a video he posted on TMZ. “You know I got a message here for pop princess Justin Beaver. We love your music but we hate your graffiti and your vandalism here in our city.”
The mayor goes on to tell the Biebs what his punishment would be, if he wasn’t a multi-millionaire, gold-record-bearing, teenaged pop icon. “If a normal person did that they’d be serving 80 to 100 hours of community service. Just come and clean it up and we’ll be happy with you,” he said.
But there is one thing that might get Tate to forgive Justin. “Alternatively come and sing at our mayoral Christmas carols on the seventh of December for an hour and I’ll let you go,” the mayor added.
So what’s it gonna be, Justin – cleanup or caroling?