Justin Bieber Reaction To Madison Beer “Period Stain Drama” Made Up
Justin Bieber’s purported reaction to Madison Beer’s “period stain drama” was seemingly made up. Gossip Cop can expose what appears to be a fabrication.
Earlier this month, paparazzi snapped photographs of Beer frolicking on the beach with her boyfriend, unaware that she had bled through her white bikini bottom. Over the last few days, HollywoodLife has turned this into a scandal, publishing five stories on the subject. Two of those on Sunday involved Bieber.
First, the webloid announced, “Madison Beer Leaning On Justin Bieber After Period Stain Drama — See Dinner Date Pics.” This was based on nothing more than the two being photographed, separately, at a Los Angeles restaurant. The site even asked readers, “What do you think Madison and Justin were talking about at dinner?”
Well, just hours later, HollywoodLies claimed to know all about their conversation. A second article was published with the headline, “Justin Bieber ‘Super Proud’ Of How Madison Beer Handled Period Stain Drama: ‘Own It.'” In the piece, the blog announced it had “exclusively learned” what went down at dinner and Bieber’s whole reaction to the incident.
“He is an amazing friend to Madison, and he was one of the first people she reached out to when the drama happened. He is like a big brother to her and can always manage to talk her down from the ledge,” a so-called “source” is quoted as saying. “Initially after the story blew up, Madison felt embarrassed, but Justin encouraged her to ‘own it’ and shrug it off as no big deal!”
The supposed snitch goes on to assert, “That’s exactly what she did. The dinner was a catch-up, and yeah, they did talk about the drama, but it was mainly Justin telling her how super proud he is of her over the way she handled the whole affair.” It’s awfully suspicious, though, that HollywoodLies would suddenly have this “exclusive” about Bieber’s comments to Beer.
For starters, the webloid had no insight of its own into Beer’s life prior to this piece. In fact, in 2016, the outlet barely wrote about her at all. Second, as Gossip Cop has repeatedly confirmed, no legitimate person close to Bieber is talking to HollywoodLies. So, from where did this “source” suddenly come?
It would seem the online publication invented it. It stands to reason HollywoodLife saw the paparazzi pictures of Bieber and Beer at the same Los Angeles establishment, and then manufactured a narrative around it. After all, as Gossip Cop has pointed out, it has become the site’s M.O. to take a topic and craft a related story about so-and-so’s response, such as last week’s post about Taylor Swift’s supposed reaction to Tom Hiddleston’s Golden Globes win.
As if all that wasn’t reason enough to doubt the authenticity of this Bieber reaction “exclusive,” remember this: It was Bieber himself who said HollywoodLife was “untruthful.” It was also Bieber who popularized the hashtag “#hollywoodlifeisgarbage” for making up stories about him. We rest our case.