Keyshawn still fuming at Justin Bieber; Lil Twist possibly involved
Keyshawn Johnson still hasn't cooled off following Sunday's incident that involved Justin Bieber driving his Ferrari at 'breakneck speeds' through Johnson and Bieber's Calabasas (Calif.) neighborhood.
Just when you thought the Justin Bieber-Keyshawn Johnson story couldn't get more ridiculous, it gets more ridiculous. And now we might have a third party involved: rapper Lil Twist.
Johnson is reportedly still fuming because, he says, when he confronted the pop star, he saw Bieber switch seats with an African-American passenger as Bieber's Ferrari pulled into Bieber's garage.
Johnson said he wasn't fooled by the switch, which put Bieber in the passenger seat and, he says, rapper Lil Twist in the driver's seat.
"Look, man, I know the difference between a black kid driving a car and a white kid driving a car," Johnson said Friday, via TMZ. "I got biracial kids. ... I got a chance to see [Bieber] driving the car. He was sitting in the driver's seat."
From the sound of it, Bieber probably shouldn't be expecting Johnson to buy any of Bieber's albums any time soon.
"You got a 19-year-old kid feeling entitled, speeding up and down the highway. That's why all the neighbors is mad," Johnson said. "Then you got him spitting on people in the neighborhood. You can't do that. That's not the way it's supposed to be."
For now, Johnson's crusade against Bieber might be over because the situation is in the hands of the law.
"He has to answer to the DA's office and not me," Johnson said. "His handlers, his goons, whatever they are, his henchmen, they have to protect him. You got a bunch of handlers running around, kissing [Bieber's] ass."
Johnson, who chased the Biebs down while driving a Prius, wasn't trying to make national headlines in the Bieber incident, he was just trying to protect his kids from a 19-year-old he says is driving a Ferrari at highway speeds through a gated neighborhood.
"I don't make no money off of him," he said. "At the end of the day, all I want to do is protect my kids."
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