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Deport Justin Bieber petition: Drake Bell leads charge to kick Bieber out of US

Former Nickelodeon star Drake Bell isn't afraid to take on fervid Justin Bieber fans. Drake took to Twitter Tuesday to once again point people to the We The People petition to get Justin Bieber deported from the United States.

Former Nickelodeon star Drake Bell is leading the charge to deport Justin Bieber over his bad boy behavior.
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"SIGN YOUR NAME HERE!!", Bell tweeted on Jan. 28 as reported by Hollywood Life, along with another link to the White House petition site started last Thursday to get 19-year-old Bieber sent back to his native Canada.

Once the website reaches 100,000 signatures, the Obama administration will be forced to issue an official response, according to E! News. As of mid-day Tuesday, the count was more than 72,000.

The wording of the petition reads as follows:

"We the people of the United States feel that we are being wrongly represented in the world of pop culture. We would like to see the dangerous, reckless, destructive, and drug abusing, Justin Bieber deported and his green card revoked. He is not only threatening the safety of our people but he is also a terrible influence on our nations youth. We the people would like to remove Justin Bieber from our society."

Drake, 27, who starred in Nick's "Drake & Josh" show, previously called Bieber out after his alleged egging incident, in which he's accused of causing $20,000 in damage to his Calabasas neighbor's mansion.

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Bell tweeted a pic of the singer spray painting graffiti with a caption that read in part, "When is someone going to tell this idiot he can't draw. His art is almost as bad as his music."

Now it seems Drake has taken his war on the Biebs up a notch following the pop star's arrest last week for suspicion of DUI and allegedly drag racing in Miami.

Reaction to Bell's campaign has understandably been divided along the lines of non-fans and Beliebers, one of latter who responded via social media with an all caps F-bomb.

Following his release from the Miami-Dade County jail Thursday, Justin shared a photo on Instagram in which he compared himself and his troubles to those of the oft-persecuted late King of Pop star Michael Jackson.

Bieber has been laying low in Panama since the arrest. Some sources say friends including Usher traveled there for a drug intervention.

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