Justin Bieber released a teaser for “Boyfriend” – his new song’s music video.
The first 20 second video teaser lasts 10 seconds less than Mariah Yeater claimed it took for him to bang and impregnate her at the Staples Center last year.
Bieber looks insecure and nervous in the music video while looking down, nervously (not suggestively) licking his lips, and wrinkling his forehead.
His hair is long on the top and short on the sides like a pineapple – somewhat like Zac Efron but shorter on the sides. He has gold earrings and looks like an Ellen DeGeneres-style of lesbian.
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He smiles a little as if he thinks he is cute and as if he knows it looks weird that he is rapping.
Then several girls’ hands start feeling him up.
He raps the verses of “Boyfriend” and in the choruses, he sings.
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The R&B Hip Hop song sounds like a Justin Timberlake song with the way he whisper raps and sings in falsetto.
What do you think?
First Music Video Teaser of “Boyfriend” by Justin Bieber:
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