Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus & More: Hollywood’s Biggest Liars

Sun, February 24, 2013 8:45am EDT by 19 Comments

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MaryDtn9

Posted at 11:59 AM on March 7, 2013  

So Much Hate! So Much Anger! BS Sells! Over 99% of what we read is BS. The Media, that’s you, are failing your social responsibility for willfully publishing Organized Mob Hate BS comments about third parties to gain exposure and profit. This phenomenon is known as riding the BIEBER bandwagon because BIEBER sells.
Hate Kills. Hate is Ugly. Are you a hater? You can change. Don’t be a hater. Don’t Kill. Take back control of your emotions and always question what you read. No one is perfect. We all have flaws. Choose to be positive. It’s a personal choice. It’s your choice. A positive approach will serve you well in your personal and family lives. Get honest. Help others who could use support. Share these vibes. SUP 1 702 421 3511 disnetinc.com/marydtn9.htm

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blaize

Posted at 7:53 PM on February 24, 2013  

Calling her fiance her ‘hubby’ doesn’t make Miley Cyrus one of the biggest celebrity liars. A lot of couples -especially engaged couples- refer to eachother that way as a term of endearment. It’s not a lie, it’s an expression of how she already feels about him. In an interview she said she feels like they’re already married. Let’s not make drama where there is none.
And so what if Britney Spears lied about being a virgin as a teen? That was when she was 18. She’s 31 now. How can she truly be blamed for caving to the pressure to be others’ idea of ‘perfect’ as a teen pop star? In our misogynistic, patriarchy-and-religion-based world, female starlets-especially the ones who worked for disney- are consistently told that their value as people, and their ability to be ‘good role models’ is determined by them being ‘virginal’ in their personal lives, images, and career decisions- or at least their ability to appear virginal. Because heaven forbid a starlet actually exercise her right to wear whatever she pleases, have some harmless fun, take on provocative roles in music or movies, and stand up for the belief that sexuality is a good thing rather a bad thing that requires heavy censorship. Whenever one of these starlets breaks the repressive sexual ‘purity’ rules, she is branded a (fill in the blank), and a bad role model. This very same website has participated in the whole slut-shaming virgin/whore dichotomy, refering to certain females as oversexed trainwrecks and labelling them as ‘trashy’ just for wearing a bodysuit. This site has even used the whole ‘asking for it’ rape apologist myth. Some women, like Christina Aguilera and Pink, are strong enough to not let the bigots control them. Those two never pretended to be something they weren’t. But not everybody is strong enough to resist societal prejudices and unwritten ‘laws’. Britney apparently wasn’t strong enough, so in the beginning she played the people pleaser. Does she still need to be shamed for a trivial lie she told as a teen? Maybe if people weren’t so obsesses with the notion that these young women need to be oh-so sexually reticent, there would be no need for them to lie about their sexuality in the first place.
It’s important to remember that EVERYBODY lies at least once in their lifetime. That doesn’t mean we should all become deceptive, pathological liars. But we need to remember that celebrities are human too and make mistakes. Somehow I find it hypocrytical for a GOSSIP website that often publishes the lies of anonymous ‘sources’ and spreads rumors about people to stir things up to whine about one trivial lie that Britney told and one non-lie from Miley.

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Lisa Fiorentino

Posted at 10:16 AM on March 10, 2013  

You have it all wrong. It is so cliche to say that everyone makes mistakes. It’s true. And yet the attitude that “anything goes”, or that nothing is a big deal..it’s apathy. And apathy is yet another disturbing trend that is here to stay.
To have such a laxidasical viewpoint regarding sex is destroying people, and they don’t know it. Most women who have sex at a young age and who become promiscuous do so out of needing/lacking the attention they need from a parent, usually male.
That proves the unhealthy aspect. And so girls find out that most guys don’t want to stay with the girl they slept with on a first date, because if a girl is gonna do that, she probably does so with every guy she meets. Men do not view that as marriage material.
Jesus Christ is the Truth, the Way, and the Light. Yes, we all are sinners, and yet are supposed to walk in the footsteps of Jesus Christ, meaning to strive to be like him.

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yug

Posted at 2:42 PM on February 24, 2013  

everyone lies, so what.

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Lisa Fiorentino

Posted at 10:19 AM on March 10, 2013  

If everyone were running to jump off of a cliff, would you go along with em? Maybe, but that is what “Sheeple” do.
Sheeple-sheep and people combined. Sheeple are followers, have no original ideas of their own.

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Ivan Cardona

Posted at 2:34 PM on February 24, 2013  

A new thing is for older artists to be picking on younger now more popular artists like Justin Beiber and One Direction depreciating their talents. they do this in a vicious condescending way. I’ve followed music artists for a long time from Elvis, Lief Garret, and many others and I never have never this level of venomous personal attacks at artists whose music is different.

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natalie

Posted at 1:02 PM on February 24, 2013  

If I were FBI I’d close down this HollywoodLife site.

So much hate going on in this site (to gain more views =money)., and the story keep poppin up on Googles news on very first page.

Might as well report it to Google news for false information so they remove it from news section. Huhh

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MaryDtn9

Posted at 12:01 PM on February 24, 2013  

So much hate. So much anger! Haters publish hateful comments towards many remarkable and successful individuals. Psychologists have determined that haters, also known as bullies, start by abusing their own families, spouses, children, siblings, friends, and pets. Haters are also, most often, child abusers and always cowards when confronted “one on one”. Organized haters exercise their cruelty towards their chosen targets using Social Media Mob Mentality. These media mobs are void of empathy and their sole objective is to capture maximum audience attention by publishing unfounded hateful Social Media BS comments about innocent individuals for financial gain. Are you a hater?

Don’t be a hater. Take back control of your emotions and always question Social Media hateful BS. No one is perfect. We all have flaws. Choose to be positive. A positive approach will serve you well in your personal and family lives. It’s a personal choice. It’s your choice. You can also be proactive. Complain to the authorities and your government representatives. You can help end the hate today; help end the anger. Get involved today.

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Yasemin

Posted at 11:53 AM on February 24, 2013  

Miley was joking idiots, how can you call her a liar??????

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abe is doing it!!

Posted at 11:28 AM on February 24, 2013  

listen: everybody who wants to be famous in the country of uncle abe first needs to lie.

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crucate

Posted at 11:22 AM on February 24, 2013  

On top of the list by far is Hollywood Life. So many bogus stories.

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Zenesia

Posted at 11:20 AM on February 24, 2013  

Some celebs can prank really well, Some just mess it up. TOTALLY

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Ivan Cardona

Posted at 10:40 AM on February 24, 2013  

The computer laptop was stolen according to his rep. But the alleged nude pic was a total fake that pre-dated the theft and was posted by someone else upon hearing of the theft to make it seem it came from the laptop. I saw the original pic-it had no tattoos and was photoshopped-i even went into gay forums to investigate the matter.

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mezmreyes

Posted at 10:16 AM on February 24, 2013  

Because you run with stories from second, and third parties (your mysterious, bs sources) without bothering to verify facts, does not make the celeb a liar. It just makes you, Hollywood Life, lazy reporters.

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Yelene Morales

Posted at 10:14 AM on February 24, 2013  

justin didn’t lie , he was pretty smart

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JBRULES!

Posted at 10:14 AM on February 24, 2013  

Justin is no liar! It was for his career, Bonnie. GOSH!

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sara

Posted at 10:02 AM on February 24, 2013  

miley called liam hubby as a joke Moroooons
she never said she is married -_-

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Cara

Posted at 9:51 AM on February 24, 2013  

Justin didn’t post the fake nude pic… That was someone else

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Ivan Cardona

Posted at 9:20 AM on February 24, 2013  

pranking is more of a joke, a playful activity. there was a show devoted to this on TV and most did not complain. His incidents with certain women are questionable based on seemingly all-knowing sources that never show their face and are contraditary. Don’t people make up stories about encounters with celebrities for their 15 minutes of fame? This has happened

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