Tuesday, January 10, 2012
LESBIEBER COVERS V MAGAZINE, NEEDS A 40 OUNCE BOTTLE OF STFU
So an 18-year-old sexless lesbian with a gash between his legs instead of a penis known to millions as Justin Bieber graces the cover of V magazine, an in the cringe-inducing interview he talked about some delusional shit like how he wants to be the next Michael Jackson, while he'll never cuss or talk about sex in his music, and that ridiculous Jesus tattoo on his leg.
On how he wants to be remembered:
Right now? I mean, I consider Michael Jackson the best. If I could be at his level... But I’ve got a lot of work to do. I’m not saying it’s going to happen within the next three years. But hopefully by the time I’m 30, people will remember me. I think people will remember me at this point, but I don’t want people to just think of me as a teen sensation. Because I could probably just sell out, and then in two years not put out another album, and just become Justin Bieber the teen superstar. But I don’t want to be that. I want to transition, and become the greatest.
JB on how he will never be raunchy in his music, because Michael Jackson never sang naughty songs (which he did):
I want to be able to do what Michael did—he always sang clean lyrics—and it was always that little kids loved Michael and grandparents loved Michael. I don’t want to start singing about things like sex, drugs, and swearing. I’m into love, and maybe I’ll get more into making love when I’m older. But I want to be someone who is respected by everybody.
On why he believes people hate him because he's beautiful:
I know a lot of people say they hate Justin Bieber who haven’t even listened to any of my music. They just hate me because they hate the idea of me. I’m young, I’m handsome—I don’t mean to sound conceited—but they think that I just got here because [of that], because I’m good-looking and girls like me, but the music isn’t there.
JB on his recent Jesus tattoo, but swears that he's not religious:
I don’t think I’m religious. I am spiritual. I believe that Jesus died on the cross for my sins. I believe that he put me in this position, and that I have to always give him the glory he deserves for putting me here. But I don’t consider myself religious. A lot of people who are religious, I feel like they get lost. They go to church just to go to church. I am not trying to disrespect them at all, you know, whatever works for you; but for me, I focus more on praying and talking to Him. I don’t have to go to church. I haven’t been to church in a long time, but I know I have a relationship with Him. People can be like, “If you don’t go to church, what do you mean, how are you a Christian?” But I am. I talk to Him, and that’s all.
JB on believing his own hype that he's the voice of a new generation:
You know, my ma has always had God around me, has always made it really apparent. She never pushed it on me, but she always brought me to church and she put me in Sunday school. When I was little, I did these things: “prophetic words,” which is sort of like fortune-telling, but from God. They said in one of those tapes—when I was really young—that I was going to be the voice of the new generation. So, I don’t know what that means. It could just mean that I’m here to make music and inspire people. That’s all I know.
JB on how he's a real artist and not just a flash in the pan:
I am setting them not only for me but for other people too. I want people to know that this is not just a fluke. It’s not a fluke that I’m here. I’m here for a reason, and I’m here for a lifetime. And no one is going to get rid of me.
Avalon's Thoughts: I think what people hate you for is the machine that has created you, not you as a person. Like many teen pop idols before him (from Donnie Osmond to Justin Timberlake) it was all about presenting sexless safe performers to screaming teen girls (and a few of the gays) and making as much money as you possibly can before you lose your innocense (which usually happens around 21). I'm sure JB wants to be taken seriously as an artist, and I do think he's very talented. But if we're being real here there's only a few teen idols who have managed to transition from a singing boy wonder to leading man status, and the only one's I can think of is Justin Timberlake and Usher, and while you think you have hood points because you hang out with alot of black people and sag your pants like the cunty queens on the Christopher Street pier, you will never be as cool as JT and Ursh.
- 5 Deadly Venoms
- Another Gay Movie
- Blade Runner
- Boy Culture
- Brokeback Mountain
- Die Hard
- Eating Out
- Enter the Dragon
- First Blood
- Friday the 13th (1980)
- Kill Bill
- Mysterious Skin
- Night of the Living Dead
- Raiders of the Lost Ark
- Spider Man 2
- The Bourne Trilogy
- The Circuit
- The Crazies (2009)
- The Dark Knight
- The Empire Strikes Back
- The Fluffer
- The Goonies
- The Lost Boys
- The Matrix
- The Monster Squad
- The Road
- The Road Warrior
- The Terminator
- True Lies