Justin Bieber’s ‘Rolling Stone’ Cover Story Is Not Exactly Complimentary

Mike Wass | February 27, 2014 11:34 am

Justin Bieber covers the March issue of Rolling Stone, which should be a bright spot in an otherwise dark year for the troubled teen. As it turns out, not so much. The music bible doesn’t exactly paint a pretty picture of the Canadian superstar — chronicling his misadventures and seemingly dysfunctional relationship with dad Jeremy.

In fact, the magazine lays most of the blame at Bieber senior’s feet, quoting an inside source as saying: “they’re almost not like father and son — it’s more like two best friends.” That’s certainly supported by the duo’s hotbox-tastic flight to New Jersey, which resulted in pilots wearing masks to avoid marijuana fumes. Rolling Stone investigates that fiasco among other headline-grabbing antics.

Read more about Justin’s fall from grace here.

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