Video - Justin Bieber Goes “Coning” – Almost Drives His Car into a Wall
You go coning!
While taking a break from working on his new album “Believe”, teen pop sensation Justin Bieber almost drove his car into a wall while coning at a local restaurant.
He also bought a Frosty from Burger King and tried to return it to a Wendy’s but was shut down by an astute manager.
And he filmed it all on his flip-cam.
Watch Justin Bieber Coning Video
As we told you last week, it seems that “Owling” is the new “Planking” but it looks like “Coning” may be taking the lead as the new social phenomenon.
The concept is simple.
Buy an ice cream cone at a drive-thru and when you grab it - you grab it upside down with the ice cream in the palm of your hand.
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But I guess when you work as hard as Bieber has the last three years you are entitled to a little time off and harmless fun.
For his part, Justin has been in the studio working on his new album “Believe” – and the buzz is starting to grow.
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With a list of top song writers and A-list producers working with him everyone is excited to hear what he is laying down.
Most suspect this new album will be a radical departure from his bubble gum “Baby” days and usher in the new “Justin Timberlake” era of his career.
And keeping in line with his maturing image, Bieber and his dad just released photos of their adventure to the tattoo parlor where they both got inked with matching tats of the Hebrew word for Jesus down their left side.
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Like father like son.
Ah, they grow up fast these days don’t they?
And while Justin is enjoying some time off, his girlfriend Selena Gomez is back on the road with her band touring and just celebrated her 19th birthday.
As a birthday present, Bieber surprised Gomez on stage during her show to belt out “Cry me a river” as his gift to her.
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