Justin Bieber Went Wakeboarding In His Underwear

July 5, 2016 / Posted by:

How’s your day going? Good? Good. I’m glad. Mine? I’ve just spent 10 minutes looking up past stories that involve the baddest little tyke from up north being that toddler at the party that just has to pull down his pants. And now that will be part of your day too. If I have to suffer this, so will you.

E!, home of Leprechaun‘s more evil brother Ryan Seacrest, horrifies us all with the story that Justin Bieber went wakeboarding in his underwear over the weekend. Sadly, this isn’t the first time we’ve been subjected to this. And, even more sadly, we’ve all been subjected to more than just wet skivvies from your little brother’s friend that mom won’t let come ’round. First there was this. Then this nightmare. And of course this. Fresh off his probation and back to his trash rat (copyright: Allison) ways.

Not bad boys

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Apparently, mere hours before his July 3rd concert in Miami, Justin decided to douche it up by going fake wakeboarding in just his Calvins. And a life vest, because there are child safety laws even being a celebrity doesn’t get you out of. All the money in the world and a huge team of handlers and no one was able to go and grab him a pair of trunks from the hotel or even a store? Hello! It’s Miami. You can buy swim shorts from the damn deli. But no, the world gets to see soggy ass crack underwear zooming around on a board.

I’m taking that caption, “Not bad boys” to mean that he and his co-horts have been denied membership into the Bad Boys Club, but that won’t keep them from having fun. Go ahead Justin, live it up and rub it in those meanie faces. I pray for whatever nanny he had that day that Biebs didn’t have any accidents while showing off his big boy underwear. Just because they pull on like PullUps, doesn’t mean they are.

Justin went wakeboarding again, this time in shorts. AnĀ adult must have told him he would be in big trouble if he went in his undies again.

Pics: Splash

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