Last week, Justin Bieber was pulled over and cited for traveling over 80 miles per hour on a Los Angeles freeway. Before you judge, he wasn’t just out on a freewheeling joyride — he was trying to get away from the paparazzi who were following him.
Just minutes after being pulled over, Justin made a call to 911 to complain that there were four or five cars still following him, and driving recklessly.
During the 15 minute call, Justin identifies himself as “Justin Johnson,” and explains that he’s confused about the operator’s questions about his location because he’s “new to Los Angeles.”
Justin might have been able to blend in a little better on the freeway if he wasn’t driving a chrome Fisker Karma, a sports car that’s worth a hundred thousand dollars.
Never mind citations for speeding — the LAPD needs to crack down hard on the paparazzi who relentlessly pursue stars on a daily basis. They’re lucky Justin didn’t wrap his chrome Fisker around a telephone pole.
This is just a brief glimpse into what it’s like to be Justin Bieber on a daily basis. My morning commutes on the crowded subway suddenly don’t seem so stressful in comparison.
Listen to the full 911 call below: