Tag:Justin Beiber
Posted on: May 23, 2011 12:19 pm
Edited on: May 23, 2011 12:44 pm

Video: Cam Newton sings Justin Bieber's 'Baby'

Posted by Will Brinson

I'm not entirely sure why Cam Newton's dominating the headlines on this sleepy NFL Monday, but, hey, whatever -- any time you can get video of the No. 1 overall NFL Draft pick singing Justin Bieber's "Baby" you take it and run with it.

Newton was apparently singing the song during the NFLPA's "Rookie Premiere" event that was designed to produce some shots for Topps trading cards.

And yeah, it's probably smart that Newton stick to learning his new playbook and making money on the football field.

Although if anything, this could help Newton shed that whole "entertainer and icon" label.

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Posted on: October 14, 2010 10:40 am
Edited on: October 14, 2010 1:47 pm

Justin Bieber calls out Brady's hair in freestyle

Posted by Will Brinson

Remember how Randy Moss told Tom Brady that his hair looked like a girl's during their locker room spat that the team keeps trying to deny? Yeah, that was awesome.

Well, Moss isn't the only one who doesn't care for Brady's haircut -- Justin Beiber's freestyle rap that he posted to Twitter in which he calls out Brady for trying to copy HIS hair. Wait for it to drop at the 0:27 mark:

And in case you didn't catch what he said, it's the following:
"Sack like a sacker,
 Call up Mr. Brady,
 Tell him leave his hair to the guy that sings Baby"

Sorry, that was my brain getting all Beyonce and taking over my fingers. Anyway, as Andrew Sharp pointed out at SBNation, this is a shot fired.

Now, Brady is probably a little more worried about the post-pubescent Ravens defenders he has to face this Sunday than he is a pop star cranked up on pixie sticks and "getting hard" in the studio, but surely there's something Brady could do following a score to mock Bieber right? Fake cut his hair? Or perhaps just pull out a giant photo of Gisele with the words "Bieber Please!" stamped on it? I kind of like that one.
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