Justin Bieber Roast includes jail jokes, Selena Gomez, gay digs
Pop sensation Justin Bieber got brutally grilled on his music, girlfriend, legal woes to other wild antics in Comedy Central's celebrity roast.
Los Angeles: Pop sensation Justin Bieber got brutally grilled on his music, girlfriend, legal woes to other wild antics in Comedy Central's celebrity roast.
Bieber, 21, got seriously roasted in front of star-studded audience that included John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, John Mayer, Jaden Smith, Kendall Jenner, and Kourtney Kardashian, reported Ace Showbiz.
Roast master Kevin Hart said, "Orlando Bloom took a swing at you; you have a perfume called Girlfriend; you threw eggs at a house - not gangster.
"Selena Gomez couldn't be here tonight. Just because she didn't want to be here."
Jeff Ross twisted the knife a bit further, "Selena Gomez wanted to be here but she's dating men now. Is it true you dumped her because she grew a moustache before you?"
Hannibal Buress also poked fun at Bieber's music, "I hate your music. I hate your music more than Bill Cosby hates my comedy."
Shaquille O'Neal similarly mocked the singer, "Justin as a father of six you have to straighten up, son. Last year, you were ranked the fifth most-hated person of all time. Kim Jong-Un didn't rank that low. And he uses your music to torture people."
Martha Stewart deadpanned, "Sixty million Twitter followers? The only place people will be following you in jail is into the shower.
"Damn, you guys were brutal," Bieber said after they were all done ridiculing him.
He also took a swipe at his roasters. "What do you get when you give a teenager USD 200 million? A bunch of has-beens calling you a lesbian for two hours," he quipped.
He then apologised for his past antics, "There was no preparing me for this life. I got thrown into this at 12 years old ... I lost some of my best qualities. Things I've done that don't define who I am. I look forward to being someone you're proud of. Someone close to me once said how you rise from a fall is how you are truly defined as a man.
"You have my word, I will not end up broken, pathetic, bitter, or sitting on someone else's roast. I'm at a moment of change. This is a new day," he concluded.