Is this just something that comes with the territory? Are we to simply accept this and say, "Hey, that's the price for being famous."
Talk about walking around with a huge target on your back.
TMZ reported on Saturday that Mr. Justin Bieber is currently "under investigation" in Canada, by local police, because a woman, who claims to have been a security at the venue in which Bieber was performing, was "assaulted".
Apparently, as TMZ reports, Bieber was horsing around with his younger siblings, shooting Nerf darts at one another. Apparently, one of the darts hit the disgruntled woman, and she was apparently so upset about the incident that she decided to file a police report.
The police reaction? They simply chuckled and walked away? Uhh....not exactly.
Apparently, they're actually conducting an "investigation", having already interviewed several people at the facility where Bieber performed.
You'd think that this is something that you would only see published next to a story titled, "Alien from Mars invades family's home; takes care of family's house chores and then takes off in spaceship".
Unfortnately, this isn't the only legal dart that has been shot at Bieber. Below their Nerf Gun assault article, TMZ also has links to other stories regarding other lawsuit against the singer.
There was, however, a bit of good news for Justing Bieber, also reported by TMZ:
"Justin Bieber - victorious in $9 million deafening scream lawsuit"
Yikes! Aren't you eager to become famous too?
However, the theater of the absurd doesn't end there, my friend. Stick around for more!
Only a couple of days ago, the toy company, Lego, was accused of racism by Muslim Turks in Austria. Yes, that's right.
The Christian Science Monitor reported on Friday, the that "offended" Muslim individuals, apparently, filed a former complaint stating that:
"Lego is encouraging racial prejudice and perpetuating negative images of Muslims."
The root of the problem? Jabba the Hut. Apparently, the offended Muslims feel that Jabba the Hut is also being used to perpetuate "racial prejudices and hidden suggestions against Orientals and Asians".
The toy store, in Austria, in which the Lego play sets were being sold, have apparently been pulled off the shelves to avoid further controversy.
Jabba the Hut's play set, they claim, looks too much like a mosque and that this is sending the wrong message to the children who play with them.
One can only wonder if these offended Muslims have considered filing an official complaint with the countless, Muslim, terrorist orginizations around the world, which are , unapologetically in the business of blowing innocent people up by the masses.
You'd think they'd be more concerned with that kind of negative publicity than a Jabba the Hut Lego playset.
As the CSM reports, Lego did actually release a statement regarding these accusations:
"We regret that the product has caused the members of the Turkish cultural community to come to a wrong interpretation, but point out that when designing the product only the fictional content of the Star Wars saga were referred to."
The spokesperson for Lego, Katharina Sasse, was also quoted as saying:
The Lego Star Wars product Jabba´s Palace does not reflect any actually existing buildings, people, or the mentioned mosque. The Lego mini-figures are all modelled on characters from the movie."
So, are the offended Muslims going to go after George Lucas and the entire Star Wars brand now? The Christian Science Monitor also reported that George Lucas filmed scenes of the planet Tatooine in the predominantly-Muslim nation of Tunisia. Why wasn't anything said back then?
Whatever you do, don't anger the Comic-Con masses!
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