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Justin Bieber’s X Box Avatar Is A Small Black Girl In A Plaid Skirt

by | 13th, November 2010

JUSTIN Bieber has met with Jon Ronson in San José, California. The highlights of that interview are:

The Inner Girl:

Bieber’s Xbox Avatar is a small black girl wearing a plaid skirt

His favourite YouTube videos:

Bieber: “There’s a video called Arab Screaming that’s really funny. It’s an Arabian guy who starts screaming. It’s just hilarious. You should see it. Go .”

Does he read online comments?

“‘You’re so stupid’, ‘Your song sucks’, I even get, ‘You’re gay’ for no apparent reason. What’s the point of that? But then I remember there’s so many people who like my videos who don’t even comment. When I like a video I don’t waste my time commenting. But people who hate you – they’re going to take time to hate you.”


Ronson: “Do you ever feel wistful for the days before you were famous?” I ask.

Bieber: “I’m living my dream and I’m just enjoying every minute of it.”

The Hip Square:

Bieber: “I can do a Rubik’s Cube in a minute and a half,” he says.

“Whatever state it’s in?” I ask.


“Are you a genius?” I ask.

“I wouldn’t say a genius, but I can do a Rubik’s Cube. And sudoku puzzles.”

The Rebel:

Bieber: “Singers aren’t supposed to eat dairy before a show but we all know I’m a rule breaker.”

The Heebie Bieber

He recites the first line of the Shema – the Jewish morning and evening prayer – getting it syllable perfect: “Shema Yisrael Adonai Eloheinu Adonai ‘Ehad.” He pauses. “Christianity was based off of Jesus being a Jew,” he says.


Bieber: “I…” Justin says. “I have a small case of ADD.”

Ronson: “How does it manifest itself?” I ask.

Bieber: “If I don’t understand something, and I’m bored, I don’t

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