Justin Bieber Carried Up the Great Wall of China by Bodyguards

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Nicky Loh/Getty Images

Much has been said of pop star Justin Bieber’s sense of self-entitlement, from relieving himself in a restaurant kitchen mop bucket while cursing former U.S. President Bill Clinton to speeding through Southern California with friends in one of his exotic sports cars.

Now a report out of China finds that on a trip to the Great Wall of China this week, the 19-year-old Bieber was literally carried to the top of the massive monument on the shoulders of two burly bodyguards.

News of Bieber’s luxurious ride on the back of his extremely patient (and hopefully well paid) security detail broke via World Entertainment News, followed by actual photos of the incident being posted online by fan Twitter page Believe Tour Updates.


Bieber is currently in the Far East on his Believe World Tour, which will touch down in Japan before jetting off for dates in Columbia, Mexico, Chile and more throughout the month of October. November finds Bieber heading down for a string of shows in Australia. Given the hosts of monuments found throughout the world, time will reveal which one Prince Bieber will be carried to see next.

– Scott T. Sterling, Radio.com

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