Rapper King Kevi wants Justin Bieber and his fans to leave him alone!
According to court documents, King Kevi is trying to secure a 150-yard restraining order against The Biebs, claiming that Justin had tweeted his phone number and encouraged his 40 million Twitter followers to get in touch with him.
According to Kevi, the Beliebers soon started contacting him, harassing him, and sending him death threats.
As Kevi told E! News, "I've changed my number, but they still have my address. You don't know how scary these people are. They are die-hard fans. If they think Justin would be happy if I was stabbed, they would do it."
He Said/He Said
This looks like a case of he said/he said.
In a recent interview with Radar Online, Kevi claimed to be close pals with the Biebs. He also claims that he was the one who had encouraged Justin's increasing hard-partying lifestyle.
However, other sources claim that Justin and Kevi had never even met, and that Kevi had been making it all up. According to a Gossip Cop source, Justin has "never met him before" and "doesn't know who he is." The source also claimed that Kevi was "delusional" and "a complete liar."
Apparently, Justin himself had tweeted that he had never met Kevi, before quickly deleting the tweets.
In response to the claim that he had made it all up, Kevi responded, "Forty million crazy fans from all over the world are saying they want to stab me, come to my house and are giving out my address. Thankfully, I have a guard at the gate. It doesn't make me feel safe when you have 40 million people against me and all know my number and address. [Bieber] is trying to disown me just to protect his image,"
While Justin may have 40 million Twitter followers who are ready to defend their idol, not everyone is a Belieber. Here's a look at a few celebs who haven't been feeling the Bieber love lately.
According to insiders, the late Michael Jackson's daughter believes that Justin is a terrible role model for young girls. She's upset at the Biebs for going silent during the "cut for Bieber" controversy (in which young female fans tweeted about cutting themselves as a way of showing their love for him). She believes that he should have addressed the controversy and that he should have tried to talk them out of it.
Paris is also none too pleased with Justin's recent antics (including the pictures of him smoking weed in a hotel room in January). She thinks Justin's recent behavior is "a disgrace." The word "hate" was also used to describe Paris's feelings about the Biebs.
As Hader explained, "Justin Bieber showed up with like 20 guys. He had a guy holding a slice of pizza. A guy holding a Diet Coke. You're trying to fight through all these people to get dressed. Timberlake, it was just him. He's a real class act, that guy."
T-Swift may be a supportive BFF to Selena Gomez, but she doesn't seem to be a "Jelena" fan. During last month's Billboard Music Awards, Taylor visibly grimaced after she caught Selena and Justin kissing backstage.
Later, a journalist asked her how she felt about Justin winning the fan-voted Milestone Award (for which he received a smattering of boos from the crowd). Taylor responded, "can we have another question?"
Bon Jovi was none too pleased with the Biebs for showing up two hours late for a March concert at London's O2 Arena. The rocker accused Justin of behaving disrespectfully to the fans.
As Bon Jovi explained, "Every generation has guys that do that, none of that is new. They run the risk of disrespecting their audience members who have worked hard to pay for their ticket, to give you the permission to take two or three hours of their lives - or in that kid's case, 80 minutes of their lives."
The Biebs claimed that the delay was caused by "technical issues" and that he had only been 40 minutes late. But Bon Jovi wasn't buying it.
As Bon Jovi remarked, "Do it once, you can be forgiven. Do it enough times and shame on you. They won't have you back. Then it just becomes a cliché. It's really not cool - you're an a--hole. Go to f---in' work!"
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