The White House Finally Responds to Justin Bieber Deportation Petition

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There may be, like, a bajillion Beliebers across the world, but there are probably an equal amount of non-Justin Bieber fans in existence as well. So much so, that over 275,000 people signed a petition to get the 20-year-old singer deported back to his home country of Canada. And the White House responded!

Since only 100,000 signatures were needed, the White House was forced to make some sort of statement. Here was the best it could come up with: “Thanks for your petition and your participation in We the People. Sorry to disappoint, but we won’t be commenting on this one. So we’ll leave it to others to comment on Mr Bieber’s case, but we’re glad you care about immigration issues. Because our current system is broken. Independent economists say immigration reform will grow our economy and shrink our deficits by almost $1 trillion in the next 20 years. For those of you counting at home, that’s 12.5 billion concert tickets — or 100 billion copies of Mr Bieber’s debut album.”

This news comes only a couple of months after hundreds of people attended a protest in Atlanta, rallying against the “As Long As You Love Me” singer’s presence in Buckhead. Here was the summary: “As a community here in Buckhead, we have worked hard to achieve our goals and get to where we are. Justin Bieber’s relocation to Atlanta can be nothing but bad for our children, as well as the community. Some can’t even let their children play in the driveway without fear; he has raced vehicles under the influence before. What’s to say he won’t do it again? As a home owner down the street from this residence, one can assume many people will be contacting real estate agents soon enough. Please do not allow a child to ruin what we have worked so hard to obtain. Thanks for the support!”

Prior to that event, there was also a viral sign, saying whoever loses the USA vs. Canada hockey game during the Olympics got to keep Bieber.

What do you think of all the JB/deportation issues at hand? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below, or on our Justin Bieber message board!

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13 Responses to "The White House Finally Responds to Justin Bieber Deportation Petition"

  1. Teen.com
    Melissa says:

    There’s a difference between “being Christian” and actually loving God and practicing the faith. If he really were so devout that to accuse him was the same as accusing God, then he wouldn’t feel the need for ridiculously expensive cars and alcohol and drugs. I’m Catholic, and I never was a big fan of his music, but I could tolerate him because it wasn’t like he was doing anything really wrong. But when he got older and started to go on a different path, I just gave up on the chances that he would ever be what he could have been. Can being famous be hard? Of course, but there are better ways to handle it than getting into trouble.

  2. Teen.com
    Cecillia Le Roux says:

    That is a load of bullshit, people must stop this hate on Justin Bieber… It just brings me to tears to actually think how brainless and heartless people must be making all this bullshit stories about JB, i would love to actually see them try a minute in his shoes, every minute, second and hour of the day it kills him to see how many haters he has, but obviously he has more beliebers. Justin is just a teenage kid trying to live this crule fame… It must be horrible, i love JB and i have loved him since 2009…
    Justin even said so in the Believe movie that people just make loads of shitty usless rumours about him just to get a reaction. I can actually see in the mind of haters, they probably think hes some 20yr old heartless heart throb.But thats not true, they dont know him as well as his beliebers cause they dont pay attention to all the money he has given to charity and all the amazing things he has done. The thing is that JB is a Christian, so Haters against God? lets see who wins… Just want to make one thing clear all the Christian Haters out there just realize that JB has done 1000 things more better than you, and God loves the good so Haters against God…

    • Teen.com
      Melissa says:

      There’s a difference between “being Christian” and actually loving God and practicing the faith. If he really were so devout that to accuse him was the same as accusing God, then he wouldn’t feel the need for ridiculously expensive cars or drugs and alcohol.

    • Teen.com
      k. says:

      Oh no, it brings me to tears. wah wah wah. It’s Justin Bieber. Does anyone actually care? You all don’t ‘know’ him at all. He doesn’t know you exist, he doesn’t care and honestly, he never will. Do you really think he wakes up in the morning and goes, oh? thanks Cecillia for being my fan and being there since 2009 on a computer screen? No. He doesn’t. He used to be a great person, and honestly, once upon a time I liked him a bit. But he’s a douchebag now who has no respect for others and has let fame ruin him completely. He does things for attention and all of these ‘Beliebers’ defend everything he does. If he killed someone, you’d all say ‘oh well, he’s Justin Beiber. I love him anyway. people make mistakes.’ That’s the extent of this messed up ‘Belieber crap. He breaks laws and does drugs just for fun and is actually really rude to people. The white house should have deported him as soon as he broke all kinds of laws in this country. Then to ignore the petition that had 175,000 more signatures than it actually needed? Well that’s plain stupid. Beliebers are dumb and over obsessive and it’s so out of control. Fangirls in general are out of control. SorryNotSorry.

  3. Teen.com
    lolal says:

    He did do bad things but nothing that is that bad to deported. He is acting like a jerk, but he still has to do some serious shiz to get depoted.

  4. Teen.com
    katie says:

    He did do bad things but nothing that is that bad to deported. He is acting like a jerk, but he still has to do some serious shiz to get depoted.

  5. Teen.com
    Jess says:

    He hasnt really done anything wrong or out of the ordinary. These people are just bitter and have problems with him.

  6. Teen.com
    Hannah says:

    Literally stop. I drink. I smoke sometimes. Nobody cares. It doesnt affect anybody but me. Nobody is pushing to get me kicked out of the country. These people just have a hatred for Justin himself. Its disgusting, actually. Some people need to just stop bringing so much negativity into the lives of others. I guarantee that theres people in your community, even your family, who have done much worse that Justin. Heck, in my opinion, Justin hasnt really done any wrong.

  7. Teen.com
    Katie says:

    I think that deporting him is too much, he’s still a kid and this is the time when he makes mistakes. Do I think what he did was right? No, not at all. Should he watch what he’s doing and how he is acting because of who he is? 100% yes. If you think about it, if he wasn’t Justin Bieber “the famous singer”, and just Justin Bieber “local Stratford boy” no one would care. But because he is JB “the famous singer” who has millions of young kids looking up to him, he has to step up and be a “big boy”, and stop acting like a child. He should know better.

  8. Teen.com
    Carrie says:

    Honestly wish he had been deported. We don’t need his beget ice impact in our country when he isn’t even a citizen yet, he just has a a green card.

    • Teen.com
      beliebers says:

      fuck all jb haters. One who hates jb like you should at first look at the mirror and see how good you are.

  9. Teen.com
    Sammy says:

    Deporting him is too cruel of a consequence. That’s going above and beyond the issue.

    • Teen.com
      Maria says:

      actually, it may seems hard, but it’s fair. Usually when you get a criminal record in another country, than yours, you may have to face this kind of situation. He’s not the first one to face something like this, 100 of innocent immigrants live in fear to be deported, but the only thing about Bieber it’s that he’s famous. Ans personally, maybe a bit of time back at home with his family and old friends may place him back on the right track.

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