Justin Bieber thinks he doesn't have to pay for gas in Canada because he's "Inuit or something"

Justin Bieber thinks he doesn't have to pay for gas in Canada because he's "Inuit or something"

Justin Bieber isn’t just rich—he’s privileged. Ever since he turned 18, Justin Bieber has been hitting the big-boy magazine circuit pretty hard. He’s currently tank-topping the cover of the latest Rolling Stone, which declares him to be both “hot,” “ready,” and "legal," not unlike a Little Caesar’s pizza. In the interview, Bieber reveals a shocking fact about himself: As “part Indian”—or “Inuit or something”—he doesn’t have to pay for gas in Canada, his home country. Of course, that’s not true, as he only gets about a $.15 break on each liter of gas. But Justin Bieber thinks it’s true, and indeed, that’s all that matters—even though tens of service stations could be getting ripped off across the Great White North, just because this recent high school graduate doesn’t know his own heritage.

Bieber reveals a few other sordid facts about himself as well, like that he doesn’t enjoy cheese fondue ( as the only people that eat it are “old and from Paris”), he prefers Leno to Letterman, and he knows that his mega-fans call his crotch “Jerry.” He also talks about how hard and manly he is, saying that he used to fall asleep to Metallica’s “Fade To Black,” and could, right at this moment, father a child.

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