Did Justin Bieber really surprise a female fan by personally serving her food at a Beverly Hills restaurant? That's the latest claim coming from one of this week's tabloids, but Gossip Cop can reveal the truth. We're told it's "not true."
According to Star, Bieber surprised a teenage fan who regularly orders the "paccherri alla Justin Bieber," a popular pasta dish that's covered in pink sauce and named after the singer at the Italian restaurant Il Pastaio. A so-called "table tattler" is quoted as telling the gossip magazine, "He had the staff text him the next time the girl came in, and when they did, he was over there in a flash." Once there, the outlet's alleged "source" contends, "Justin put on an apron, sauntered up as if he was her server, and hand-delivered her pasta order. Beyond stunned, the girl actually started sobbing into her noodles!"
But Gossip Cop fact-checked the story, and a source close to Bieber tells us the report is "not true." Additionally, we called Il Pastaio and we were assured by a staffer that the tabloid's article was made-up. We were told that while the singer is a regular at the Italian restaurant (and recently met Mohamed Hadid at Il Pastaio for lunch), he's never surprised a young fan at the eatery by serving her a plate of pasta. The staffer confirmed to us the entire report is nothing more than a fabrication.
Of course, this isn't the first time Gossip Cop has called out Star for manufacturing a story about Bieber. In fact, a number of tales from that tabloid about the singer from that tabloid appear to have been pulled out of thin air. Just a few months ago, for example, Gossip Cop busted the magazine when it published a completely phony report about Bieber wanting to star in a movie based on "Despacito."
And just a few weeks ago, Gossip Cop corrected the same outlet for falsely claiming Bieber had been caught smoking during a pilates class with Selena Gomez. Much like those inaccurate reports, this latest one is also untrue. While it's a fun story, Bieber did not surprise a female fan at the Beverly Hills restaurant Il Pastaio by serving her a pasta meal that's named after him. It's what we at Gossip Cop call "bad dish."
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.