Justin Bieber Buying Machine To Make Him Taller?
Justin Bieber is not trying to buy a machine that mimics weightlessness in space, all in the hopes that it will stretch his spine and make him two inches taller, despite an absurd tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk this bizarre claim. We’re told it’s “ridiculously stupid” and “untrue.”
According to National Enquirer, when Bieber heard that astronaut Scott Kelly grew two inches while spending a year aboard the International Space Station, he ordered his team “to buy or rent what he’d heard was a ‘microgravity chamber’ that mimics outer-space weightlessness and lets the spine stretch.” Of course, now that Kelly is back on Earth, he’s gone back to his previous height because of gravity. Regardless, the space cadets at the tabloid have once again manufactured a far out tale.
Gossip Cop is exclusively assured that Bieber never expressed interest in getting a “microgravity chamber,” which actually does not exist, nor is he pursuing ways to grow beyond his five-foot, nine-inch frame. It’s a big, tall lie. A source close to the singer tells Gossip Cop the tabloid report is “ridiculously stupid” and “untrue.”
Naturally, Gossip Cop is not remotely surprised the Enquirer published yet another falsehood about Bieber. In the past, we’ve busted the tabloid for wrongly claiming the singer’s a “sex addict,” licked sweat off Selena Gomez after working out at SoulCycle, and “hangs upside down” twice a day to, that’s right, grow taller. Much like those other made-up stories, the current claim about his wanting a (nonexistent) “microgravity chamber” to gain two inches in height is a complete stretch of the truth.