Justin Bieber needs to chill back. It's like, he turned 18 and all of a sudden, now that Scooter's loosened the leash, he's allowed to just mouth off about the royals? Oh ho no, my friend, that's not how it works. In case you missed it, Justin told the UK's Rollercoaster magazine that Prince William should've used a hair-loss prevention cream, because to Bieber, going bald is the worst thing in the world, the equivalent to being publicly castrated then forced to tour with the Goo Goo Dolls.
Here's what Bieber said of his royal highness' depilated noggin:
I mean, there are things to prevent that nowadays, like Propecia. I don’t know why he doesn’t just get those things, those products. You just take Propecia and your hair grows back. Have you not got it over here?
First of all, down boy. Second of all, congratulations to Justin, he just guaranteed himself some pre-mature baldness. He may have a luscious, flowing mane now, but then again, so did Prince William at 18. Everyone's hair has their own destiny and no amount of topical creams can really change its course. There are hair plugs and surgery, just ask Albie from the RHONJ, Steve Carell, and Joe Biden, but some people, like Wills, embrace their follicle fate.
Bieber's going to face aging just like the rest of us -- it's too bad he's too young, I suppose, to realize that. And, come on, dissing the royals is not a good idea. Kate Middleton can ice him out of London fashion week faster than he can say, "But wait! I wore Burberry!"
Facts of life: You don't mess with the Mids, and you don't mess with the balding. Because, Biebs, hair today, gone tomorrow, little buddy.
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