Random Chick: Justin Bieber Isn't Grabbing My Boob In That Picture
Between the pot smoking and the break-up with Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber may have grown up quite a bit in the past year, but he has not turned into a classless, handsy pervert. Heís not Bam Margeraís Uncle Vito and any pictures that may make him look like it were simply taken at the wrong moment.
At least thatís the strong message coming out of the Biebsí camp after an odd-looking photograph started making the rounds today that appears to show the pop star grabbing a fanís left boob. You can take a look at the picture in question that was first posted on Bieberís own website and later taken downÖ
Almost immediately after the picture went viral, the Biebs PR team reached out to E! Online to unequivocally deny anything sketchy or sexual happened at all. Hereís the official commentÖ
ĒThat definitely did not happen. He was pulling away from her.Ē
Some fans have been willing to buy the above explanation and some have been skeptical since publicists pretty much always deny stories like this. Luckily for Justin, he actually has an ace in the hole here in the form of the chick in the photograph. Her name is Jocelyn. She snuck into the meet and greet to take that picture with Justin, and sheís been shouting to everyone who will listen all day today that the photograph is merely an optical illusion.
Hereís one of the numerous tweets she unleashed todayÖ
ĒI whispered that it was my 2nd time sneaking in & he kissed me on the cheek in the picture & it looks like his hand is thereĒ
Obviously, itís more fun for everyone to believe the Biebs just went for it and took a big squeeze or that she politely asked him to take a feel for the camera, but all of the evidence seems to indicate otherwise. Given how many pictures he takes a year, itís actually kind of weird this sort of thing hasnít happened sooner.
Since he is newly single, however, any women who would like to get one of her boobs actually squeezed may be in luck---just as long as cameras arenít around. No harm in asking, right?