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Justin Bieber's Monkey Drama Continues

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Only weeks after Germany formally seized his pet capuchin monkey, animal-addict Justin Bieber has apparently gone and taken possession of another one.

Face palm.

TMZ is reporting that the 19-year-old delayed a private jet out of Miami, Florida for eight hours because he wanted to pick up a new monkey in Palm Beach. According to the site, “Bieber actually chartered a helicopter to bypass street traffic and retrieve the primate.”

Okay, so much of this sounds ridiculous – but then again, this is Justin Bieber, who lives in another dimension altogether. Let’s hope TMZ has it wrong and this kid did not just scoop some new primate up to gallivant around with.

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  • Wanda Lee

    I hope if the story is true that it’s taken from him, and he looses his career, it’s public who made him, and it can very well be taken from him just as fast as it came.

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