The push to deport Justin Bieber via an online petition started Jan. 23 got some powerful Washington backing Tuesday. Sen. Mark Warner was a guest on a Virginia radio station morning show when he offered to sign the White House petition, saying he didn't think Justin Bieber was a good influence on kids, according to The Washington Post on Feb. 4.
This comes fresh on the heels of Bieber's latest misadventure, in which he's pictured in a photo obtained by TMZ with pal Khalil Sharieff, each licking a stripper's boob.
"As a dad with three daughters, is there someplace I can sign?" Sen. Warner laughingly asked after being questioned about Bieber by FM99's "Rumble in the Morning" hosts this morning in Chesapeake.
Of course there's also Justin's reported recent $75,000 spending spree on strippers at a Miami Beach strip club just prior to his DUI arrest.
And don't forget before that came the embarrassing photos of the 19-year-old Canadian pop star emerging from a Brazilian brothel after an alleged after-hours party with two prostitutes.
All this may have led Editor-in-Chief of Hollywood Life Bonnie Fuller to advise Bieber yesterday, "Justin, a generation of young women fell in love with you because you seemed like the perfect guy - sweet, cute, romantic, sensitive, and respectful to your young female fans. You need to remember that the next time you’re about to lick a stripper."