Justin Bieber Gets Thrown Out Of A Los Angeles Nightclub


Even pop superstars don’t have it all, y’all. Justin Bieber may be getting ready to travel into outer space, he may get all the cool tattoos, and he may get all the ladies (and paternity suits), but it doesn’t mean he can get into the club, lol! Saturday night Biebs tried to sneak into a popular nightclub but got DUNZOd by the bouncers when they saw his little underage behind tryna creep in. I don’t know why… but I thought that was kinda hilarious. Seriously? Who really gets kicked out of the club?! LOL… click inside for more!

E! has the deets:

Even Justin Bieber has to abide by the rules.

E! News has learned that the young pop singer was turned away from Lure night club in Hollywood around 7 p.m. yesterday during their Toxic Luau Beach Day party (which included celeb guests Christina Millian, Reggie Bush and Quincy Jones Brown to name a few), because he was underage.
But apparently, that didn’t stop the Biebs from trying to have a good time anyway.

“Someone from Justin’s team had come earlier in the day and told the club that he would be showing up. The club told him they wouldn’t let him in because he’s not 21,” a source tells E! News. “Bieber came anyways and tried to sneak in through a back door.”

However, J.B. got the bust when rapper Game gave him a shout out while on stage—oops!

“The Game was on the mic at this point and saw Bieber trying to get in and shouted that Bieber was on his way inside,” the source added, “That’s when security saw him and escorted him out immediately. He left right away, he seemed really embarrassed.”

So, he knew from jump that they were not going to let him in, but decided to show up anyway. Clearly, he assumed that they were joking, that they had to be joking about not letting him– Justin Bieber, the one and only K-Mart pimp (shouts-out to PITNBr swile71) into the club. But yeah, no. They weren’t.

My favorite part of this story is the part where Game shouts him out on the mic and blows his whole cover. Sigh. I love a good shouts-out! Nice work, Game (although I’m sure Game didn’t know the dire consequences his shouts-out would prove to have).

But honestly? I was a little surprised to hear this. You do start to think the kid has and gets everything, but apparently not. Not everything, not this night club.


  • MJ

    Bwahahahahahahaha! That is all.

    PS. Props to the club for not being stupid. In the age of social media, that would have been everywhere and gotten them busted. Sorry, Biebs.

  • Alecia

    But as a great philosopher said, “Stupid is as stupid does!”

  • nicole

    Lol! good. im always happy to hear his sense of entitlement getting knocked down.

  • Katy

    Everytime I hear another Bieber story, I die a little inside. Why can’t Chris Brown punch Bieber?

  • Krissy

    I am glad that someone FINALLY made Beiber obey the law, which he seems to think never applies to him. Sense of entitlement leads to a Lohan life, Biebs. Learn your lessons now while you have a chance!

  • Jane

    You sure all make a lot of negative assumptions about his state of mind “he thinks he entitled and above the law”. Maybe he just wanted to go and thought he could get away with sneaking in. Almost everyone I know sneaked into nightclubs when they were underage. Has nothing to do with being “entitled” and everything to do with wanting to do stuff older people are allowed to do.

    No-one would be saying any of the nasty stuff if it were about someone you already didn’t hate. As Oscar Wilde said “Morality is what we apply to people we generally don’t like”.

  • Jane

    One more thing – don’t let the media or other people influence how you think about famous people. All I hear is how he has awful music and is a terrible person. Yet when I listen to his songs I find really lovely music and when I read about him and his life he seems like a generally good guy (if still quite immature).

    • Krissy

      It isn’t the media that influence’s people thoughts about Bieber…it is his own actions. His twitter account speaks for itself, as does his many run-ins with the law.

      His thinking he is above the law doesn’t just apply to nightclubs. Perhaps if you had family that lived in Calabasas or friends that drove regularly on the 101 you would understand what it feels like to fear that an entitled celeb is putting your loved ones in danger for NO REASON other than ego.

  • Jane

    I agree speeding is dangerous and I hope he learns from this experience before he or another person gets hurt. However, this is common behaviour with young guys and I don’t think every dumb thing he does is because he feels “entitled”. That’s just the media spin. The hatred for him was there before any of this recent acting out and I don’t like bullying, and that is pretty much what people are doing now. I really hope he pulls it together because he seems like a good guy underneath it all.

    • Emily

      @jane – I appreciate your point of view, but I’ll have to vehemently disagree. My opinion of Justin is based on what Justin does – the media can’t force him to be late for shows, disrespect fans, spit in people’s faces, disrespect historical figures, speed recklessly, obnoxiously block people’s views at a game, running away when people try to confront him … That’s all on Justin, not the media. Making excuses for him like you’re doing here just makes the matter much worse. No matter how famous or rich this boy is, he isn’t above the law or moral codes, and yet he acts just like that. Holla to this nightclub for following the rules! About time!