Justin Bieber is having some beaver problems. Thinly veiled beaver euphemisms aside, Justin Bieber’s lawyers have sued a mobile app company for a Justin Bieber parody game called “Joustin’ Beaver.”
Apparently there’s an iphone app where a cartoon beaver dressed as Justin Bieber has to float down a river and defend Joustin the Beaver from “phot-hogs” and fans asking for “Otter-graphs.”
Man, those Beaver/Bieber puns are brutal. “Phot-hogs,” really?
The game only costs $.99 but Justin Bieber and his representatives are demanding that the game be removed from iTunes and asking the company who made the game, RC3, to turn over their accounting and revenue figures.
But how does Justin Bieber know that the Joustin Beaver app is actually making fun of him and not just a weird coincidence? Exhibit A: The beaver is wearing a purple hoodie. I rest my case.
The company is defending themselves, saying the game is a parody and parodies are protected under the first amendment.
However, fending off haterz is nothing new for the tiny popstar. He recently admitted, “Now that I’m on top, everyone wants to bring me down. Everyone’s trying to tug at me and take my spot.”
Is Justin Bieber taking “haters can hate” diction courses from Chris Brown? Sounds like it.