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Bieberbombed! We've Been Spotting Justin Bieber In the Weirdest Places

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Last week we announced that Justin Bieber is coming to town on September 29. Of course, he responded to our blog by beating up a paparazzo.

But we're still excited to see him at Jobing.com Arena. It seems like a big enough place to house all of the Beliebers, but the thing is, we've seen him around town quite a bit this month. He went to a Cinco de Mayo party with a Slushie, posed with a giant bong on 4-20, showed his feminist side, protested against Arpaio, and revealed that his real name might be Jose.

"Really?" you ask. Well, look on for "proof."

Bieber says: Bongs away!

Bieber grabs some munchies after his huge bong rip, but still manages to keep his hair looking Bieber-cool.

Bieber fights back against the War on Women.

Bieber won't take the War on Women lying down...

Bieber and Babeu, together at last.

Bieber drops the block-rocking beats.

Bieber is one dapper snacker.

True Beliebers keep up the good fight at last month's SB 1070 protest.

Hang loose, bro-iebers.

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