Justin Bieber gave his bestie a Mustang, but not before he gave it a rim job
Justin Bieber is a good friend, and he proved it to a Waterloo car dealer when he purchased a 2009 white Mustang with stripes (bitchin’!) for his best friend, Ryan Butler—who is so famous by association that his Twitter account requires verification—over the holidays. The car was expected to arrive in time for Christmas Eve, but not before the Biebz added some specialty rims to make the gift extra special—the dealer reported that the rims were so unusual that a specialty rim installer was required to customize the wheels. There’s no word on how much this all cost in the end, but the Star notes that a similar car on the dealership’s website is listed at $15,997 plus taxes. Add the super-special unique rim job to that and it probably wasn’t cheap. But nothing in Justin Bieber’s life ever really is.
• Justin Bieber buys a Mustang with new rims for his best friend [The Star]
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so what did his family get?
He bought his best friend a used Mustang? And a crappy 6 cylinder version to boot! C’mon Justin….how bout’ a brand new Shelby! What a cheapskate!!!!!
Inspirational. He’s a 16 year old boy lviing out his dream, who came from a little town in town in Canada. Who’d have thought a few years back that he would one day cause all this hysteria? He started out posting videos on YouTube. He had a 1 in a million chance (or even more) of becoming this successful and he has. He grew up with not that much money, his mum and dad divorced and his mum had two jobs just because they really needed the money. He barely saw his dad and his mum was always working. He couldn’t afford new clothes and once he sat outside playing his guitar and eventually earned enough tips to send him and his mum for their first vacation. You gotta admire people like that. Even though people say that he’s done stuff, he hasn’t. He hasn’t set a foot out of place and is still level headed even with all the fame and attention he’s been getting. He gets SO much hatred towards him and he shrugs it off. It isn’t easy dealing with so many rumors aimed at you and so much hate. But he does it. He feels lonely and isolated now, because he doesn’t know who to trust, but he’s still handling it well. Justin Bieber is seriously the person who inspired me to actually believing that I can live my dream someday too. I want to become a singer, like him. He made it, from a tiny town in Canada. It shows that dreams really do come true. And I’ve made a YouTube page and it apparantly, I’m good. He’s taught me to Never Say Never and to dream big. I don’t care what haters say about him, but he’ll always have my support. Justin was never looking for fame. It found him. He didn’t have the easiest childhood. He was poor, and look at him now. He is so rich, he gets to travel around everywhere, and he is one of the most sucessfull singers today.And message to haters: Why would you call his fans “immature” when you’re the ones hating on a 16 year old boy. It’s sad to think that people would actually do that! He’s a REAL person with REAL feelings. Who doesn’t deserve to be treated like that. So it’s not fair to do all that stuff to him. He hasn’t done ANYTHING wrong. So stop viewing his videos, commenting on his videos, making up hate rumors, answering questions about him. Because if you hate him, then you wouldn’t spend time to actually do those stuff. I just had a thought… if Justin Bieber WASN’T famous, and people gave him all the hate, then it’d be considered as bullying. I’m from Australia, and abusing someone in any way on the internet is called cyberbullying and it’s illegal. Just because he’s a celebrity, doesn’t make it ok to do that stuff. “If you don’t dream big, then what’s the point of dreaming? If you don’t have faith, then there’s nothing worth believing.”- Justin Bieber
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