Who says Republicans aren’t actively attracting the attention of popular culture?
Well, me. But at least Justin Bieber is interested, for better or worse. Unconcerned that State Social House’s private dining area, the Attic, had already been reserved by the Los Angeles chapter of the Log Cabin Republicans for their annual meeting, Justin Bieber waltzed in and chatted away with a small group of friends while the group discussed gay rights and listened to a talk by Ronald Reagan’s personal assistant Peggy Grande.
He prides himself on being something of a hunk – if his latest Calvin Klein shoot is anything to go by.
So Justin Bieber probably won’t take too kindly to being mistaken for a girl when he dined out at one of his favourite restaurants this week.
The singer had turned up to the State Social House in Los Angeles with four friends only to find his usual perch had been taken by a meeting of gay Republicans.
Undeterred, he took a seat in the private area, known as the Attic, anyway as the group discussed gay rights.
As it was, his presence initially went unnoticed because the meeting just thought he was a ‘butcher version of Miley Cyrus’, they later explained.
The group did try to document Mr. Bieber’s presence at their meeting, but were deterred by the starlet’s entourage of armed guards. They did not specify if he contributed to the group’s discussion, nor whether rumors of the Bieb’s photoshopped package from his Calvin Klein ad were indeed true. Based the number of gentlemen with guns surrounding the Biebs, however, it’s probably safe to assume he’s a supporter of Second Amendment rights, at least as far as his own protection is concerned.
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