Justin Bieber Olympics Billboard: USA Vs. Canada Hockey Game Inspires "Loser Keeps Bieber" Chicago Sign
Loser gets him! Teams USA and Canada are gearing up for ice hockey's semifinal game in Sochi on Friday, but it seems the stakes are much higher than first anticipated. It turns out, the loser will have to take home. . . Justin Bieber.
A Chicago billboard has gone viral after the Twitter account Command Transportation shared one featuring the Canadian singer. (The account often posts photos of the creative electronic billboards that appear on the Command Transportation building near Chicago's Edens Expressway.) In the electronic image, Bieber is pitted between Chicago Blackhawks players Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews with the headline "LOSER KEEPS BIEBER." (Kane is set to play for the U.S. and Toews for Canada at the Olympic match.)
"Nothing is higher than the stakes of tomorrow's game," the Twitter page captioned on Thursday, Feb. 21.
Bieber, 19, has had a tough couple of months. The "Boyfriend" singer was arrested in Miami for drag racing and DUI on Jan. 23. He set bail at $2,500: $1,000 for DUI, $1,000 for resisting arrest, and $500 for an expired license. Then on Jan. 31, the young star's private plane was detained at New Jersey's Teterboro Airport on suspicion of marijuana on board, but ultimately none was found.
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