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Scooter Braun Is Shocked Bieber Is Acting Like Such A Dick All Of A Sudden Always

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Scooter Braun and Justin Bieber attending the opening of Believe December 2013You always hear those stories about random people scattered throughout the country who for whatever reason thought it was a really great idea to have, like, an alligator as a pet. And then when the alligator starts acting like an alligator and, I don't know, eats their house cat or their head or something, they're totally shocked. But it was an alligator the whole time, y'know? So I don't know why we didn't see this coming.

That's how I feel about Scooter Braun being so shocked and dismayed about Justin Bieber‘s recent arrest for driving without a license and driving while intoxicated and resisting arrest and drag-racing and smoking weed and taking prescription drugs and whatever else he's racked up against him at this point. HOW DID WE NOT SEE THIS COMING. I know I certainly did, but judging by a recent tweet from Scooter, this is totes out of left field, and will be dealt with accordingly.

Cute idea, Scooter — act like someone who truly cares about Bieber by making sure there are consequences for his actions. I know you wouldn't think of letting Justin get away with any nonsense behavior because you love him so dearly, so thank goodness you're perking up and shouldering your responsibilities as a manager / adult the moment anything seems amiss. Way to be the adult in the situation…only a year and a half too late right on time.

Because you know what I realized? That alligator analogy before was pretty off. You didn't own an alligator — it was a puppy, dude. And if you never punish a puppy for peeing on the carpet or eating your shoes, sooner or later it's gonna grow up to be a dog, and its crimes are going to escalate to stuff like drag-racing and resisting arrest. That's just something you as a dog-owner should be aware of.

So maybe cool it with the shocked and faux-supportive tweets, Scotter, given that you discovered this pup on YouTube in 2008 and never bothered to spend a single day since training it. I think the window might've closed on obedience school.

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