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What Did Justin Bieber Get for His Birthday?

What Did Justin Bieber Get for His Birthday?


Ryan Seacrest gave him an adults-only present: a Costco membership

Oh hey, the Biebs is turning 18 today, and while he's been telling fans that he's just going to "hang out with my friends and family... nothing too crazy," Seacrest seems to have other plans.

The pop star called into Seacrest's radio show, and Seacrest pulled out his present with some fanfare. "I couldn't give it to you until you were 18," Seacrest told him, saying it would provide "endless fun and it only complements any type of relationship anybody is in."

So what did the now-legal Bieber get? "I've gotten you a Costco membership," Seacrest said. "I mean, think of the endless fun you can have with jugs of salsa and buckets of hummus."

Bieber, ever the gentleman, replied, "It's gonna be amazing I can't wait." It's probably not as awesome as his purple pool table, though, or the eco-friendly car he got on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. And if you're in a giving mood, Bieber is promoting Charity Water again this year, asking fans to donate $18 for clean water.


Justin Bieber Opens Up About His Confiscated Monkey: 'It Was the Farthest Thing from Fine'

Is it too late now to say sorry? Because this one goes out to you OG Mally.

In a new interview with GQ, Justin Bieber talks in-depth about the March 2013 confiscation of his pet capuchin monkey OG Mally, whose name is pronounced “maul-ee”, by German custom officials. And the “What Do You Mean?” singer, 21, sounds remorseful about what happened.

“Honestly, everyone told me not to bring the monkey. Everybody,” Bieber told the magazine about that fateful trip to Munich. 𠇎veryone told me not to bring the monkey. I was like, ‘It’s gonna be fine, guys!’ It was the farthest thing from fine.”

OG Mally, who was an unexpected birthday gift to Bieber from a family friend, was seized by custom officials and placed under quarantine shortly after the monkey and Bieber landed in Munich. While this traumatic event may seem like the result of teenage irresponsibility, Bieber claims he had all of OG Mally’s papers in order for the trip.

“In Germany, that monkey’s endangered or something … but I had the papers,” he said “I even had it written out that he was a circus monkey and he could travel and all that s—. I had all the right papers. Things get twisted.”

Bieber was given until May 7 of 2013 to produce the proper paperwork to retrieve OG Mally, but did not come forward with the documents. After this date passed with no response from Bieber, German officials demanded $8,000 in fines to cover the cost of moving the monkey to a zoo.


Justin Bieber Opens Up About His Confiscated Monkey: 'It Was the Farthest Thing from Fine'

Is it too late now to say sorry? Because this one goes out to you OG Mally.

In a new interview with GQ, Justin Bieber talks in-depth about the March 2013 confiscation of his pet capuchin monkey OG Mally, whose name is pronounced “maul-ee”, by German custom officials. And the “What Do You Mean?” singer, 21, sounds remorseful about what happened.

“Honestly, everyone told me not to bring the monkey. Everybody,” Bieber told the magazine about that fateful trip to Munich. 𠇎veryone told me not to bring the monkey. I was like, ‘It’s gonna be fine, guys!’ It was the farthest thing from fine.”

OG Mally, who was an unexpected birthday gift to Bieber from a family friend, was seized by custom officials and placed under quarantine shortly after the monkey and Bieber landed in Munich. While this traumatic event may seem like the result of teenage irresponsibility, Bieber claims he had all of OG Mally’s papers in order for the trip.

“In Germany, that monkey’s endangered or something … but I had the papers,” he said “I even had it written out that he was a circus monkey and he could travel and all that s—. I had all the right papers. Things get twisted.”

Bieber was given until May 7 of 2013 to produce the proper paperwork to retrieve OG Mally, but did not come forward with the documents. After this date passed with no response from Bieber, German officials demanded $8,000 in fines to cover the cost of moving the monkey to a zoo.


Justin Bieber Opens Up About His Confiscated Monkey: 'It Was the Farthest Thing from Fine'

Is it too late now to say sorry? Because this one goes out to you OG Mally.

In a new interview with GQ, Justin Bieber talks in-depth about the March 2013 confiscation of his pet capuchin monkey OG Mally, whose name is pronounced “maul-ee”, by German custom officials. And the “What Do You Mean?” singer, 21, sounds remorseful about what happened.

“Honestly, everyone told me not to bring the monkey. Everybody,” Bieber told the magazine about that fateful trip to Munich. 𠇎veryone told me not to bring the monkey. I was like, ‘It’s gonna be fine, guys!’ It was the farthest thing from fine.”

OG Mally, who was an unexpected birthday gift to Bieber from a family friend, was seized by custom officials and placed under quarantine shortly after the monkey and Bieber landed in Munich. While this traumatic event may seem like the result of teenage irresponsibility, Bieber claims he had all of OG Mally’s papers in order for the trip.

“In Germany, that monkey’s endangered or something … but I had the papers,” he said “I even had it written out that he was a circus monkey and he could travel and all that s—. I had all the right papers. Things get twisted.”

Bieber was given until May 7 of 2013 to produce the proper paperwork to retrieve OG Mally, but did not come forward with the documents. After this date passed with no response from Bieber, German officials demanded $8,000 in fines to cover the cost of moving the monkey to a zoo.


Justin Bieber Opens Up About His Confiscated Monkey: 'It Was the Farthest Thing from Fine'

Is it too late now to say sorry? Because this one goes out to you OG Mally.

In a new interview with GQ, Justin Bieber talks in-depth about the March 2013 confiscation of his pet capuchin monkey OG Mally, whose name is pronounced “maul-ee”, by German custom officials. And the “What Do You Mean?” singer, 21, sounds remorseful about what happened.

“Honestly, everyone told me not to bring the monkey. Everybody,” Bieber told the magazine about that fateful trip to Munich. 𠇎veryone told me not to bring the monkey. I was like, ‘It’s gonna be fine, guys!’ It was the farthest thing from fine.”

OG Mally, who was an unexpected birthday gift to Bieber from a family friend, was seized by custom officials and placed under quarantine shortly after the monkey and Bieber landed in Munich. While this traumatic event may seem like the result of teenage irresponsibility, Bieber claims he had all of OG Mally’s papers in order for the trip.

“In Germany, that monkey’s endangered or something … but I had the papers,” he said “I even had it written out that he was a circus monkey and he could travel and all that s—. I had all the right papers. Things get twisted.”

Bieber was given until May 7 of 2013 to produce the proper paperwork to retrieve OG Mally, but did not come forward with the documents. After this date passed with no response from Bieber, German officials demanded $8,000 in fines to cover the cost of moving the monkey to a zoo.


Justin Bieber Opens Up About His Confiscated Monkey: 'It Was the Farthest Thing from Fine'

Is it too late now to say sorry? Because this one goes out to you OG Mally.

In a new interview with GQ, Justin Bieber talks in-depth about the March 2013 confiscation of his pet capuchin monkey OG Mally, whose name is pronounced “maul-ee”, by German custom officials. And the “What Do You Mean?” singer, 21, sounds remorseful about what happened.

“Honestly, everyone told me not to bring the monkey. Everybody,” Bieber told the magazine about that fateful trip to Munich. 𠇎veryone told me not to bring the monkey. I was like, ‘It’s gonna be fine, guys!’ It was the farthest thing from fine.”

OG Mally, who was an unexpected birthday gift to Bieber from a family friend, was seized by custom officials and placed under quarantine shortly after the monkey and Bieber landed in Munich. While this traumatic event may seem like the result of teenage irresponsibility, Bieber claims he had all of OG Mally’s papers in order for the trip.

“In Germany, that monkey’s endangered or something … but I had the papers,” he said “I even had it written out that he was a circus monkey and he could travel and all that s—. I had all the right papers. Things get twisted.”

Bieber was given until May 7 of 2013 to produce the proper paperwork to retrieve OG Mally, but did not come forward with the documents. After this date passed with no response from Bieber, German officials demanded $8,000 in fines to cover the cost of moving the monkey to a zoo.


Justin Bieber Opens Up About His Confiscated Monkey: 'It Was the Farthest Thing from Fine'

Is it too late now to say sorry? Because this one goes out to you OG Mally.

In a new interview with GQ, Justin Bieber talks in-depth about the March 2013 confiscation of his pet capuchin monkey OG Mally, whose name is pronounced “maul-ee”, by German custom officials. And the “What Do You Mean?” singer, 21, sounds remorseful about what happened.

“Honestly, everyone told me not to bring the monkey. Everybody,” Bieber told the magazine about that fateful trip to Munich. 𠇎veryone told me not to bring the monkey. I was like, ‘It’s gonna be fine, guys!’ It was the farthest thing from fine.”

OG Mally, who was an unexpected birthday gift to Bieber from a family friend, was seized by custom officials and placed under quarantine shortly after the monkey and Bieber landed in Munich. While this traumatic event may seem like the result of teenage irresponsibility, Bieber claims he had all of OG Mally’s papers in order for the trip.

“In Germany, that monkey’s endangered or something … but I had the papers,” he said “I even had it written out that he was a circus monkey and he could travel and all that s—. I had all the right papers. Things get twisted.”

Bieber was given until May 7 of 2013 to produce the proper paperwork to retrieve OG Mally, but did not come forward with the documents. After this date passed with no response from Bieber, German officials demanded $8,000 in fines to cover the cost of moving the monkey to a zoo.


Justin Bieber Opens Up About His Confiscated Monkey: 'It Was the Farthest Thing from Fine'

Is it too late now to say sorry? Because this one goes out to you OG Mally.

In a new interview with GQ, Justin Bieber talks in-depth about the March 2013 confiscation of his pet capuchin monkey OG Mally, whose name is pronounced “maul-ee”, by German custom officials. And the “What Do You Mean?” singer, 21, sounds remorseful about what happened.

“Honestly, everyone told me not to bring the monkey. Everybody,” Bieber told the magazine about that fateful trip to Munich. 𠇎veryone told me not to bring the monkey. I was like, ‘It’s gonna be fine, guys!’ It was the farthest thing from fine.”

OG Mally, who was an unexpected birthday gift to Bieber from a family friend, was seized by custom officials and placed under quarantine shortly after the monkey and Bieber landed in Munich. While this traumatic event may seem like the result of teenage irresponsibility, Bieber claims he had all of OG Mally’s papers in order for the trip.

“In Germany, that monkey’s endangered or something … but I had the papers,” he said “I even had it written out that he was a circus monkey and he could travel and all that s—. I had all the right papers. Things get twisted.”

Bieber was given until May 7 of 2013 to produce the proper paperwork to retrieve OG Mally, but did not come forward with the documents. After this date passed with no response from Bieber, German officials demanded $8,000 in fines to cover the cost of moving the monkey to a zoo.


Justin Bieber Opens Up About His Confiscated Monkey: 'It Was the Farthest Thing from Fine'

Is it too late now to say sorry? Because this one goes out to you OG Mally.

In a new interview with GQ, Justin Bieber talks in-depth about the March 2013 confiscation of his pet capuchin monkey OG Mally, whose name is pronounced “maul-ee”, by German custom officials. And the “What Do You Mean?” singer, 21, sounds remorseful about what happened.

“Honestly, everyone told me not to bring the monkey. Everybody,” Bieber told the magazine about that fateful trip to Munich. 𠇎veryone told me not to bring the monkey. I was like, ‘It’s gonna be fine, guys!’ It was the farthest thing from fine.”

OG Mally, who was an unexpected birthday gift to Bieber from a family friend, was seized by custom officials and placed under quarantine shortly after the monkey and Bieber landed in Munich. While this traumatic event may seem like the result of teenage irresponsibility, Bieber claims he had all of OG Mally’s papers in order for the trip.

“In Germany, that monkey’s endangered or something … but I had the papers,” he said “I even had it written out that he was a circus monkey and he could travel and all that s—. I had all the right papers. Things get twisted.”

Bieber was given until May 7 of 2013 to produce the proper paperwork to retrieve OG Mally, but did not come forward with the documents. After this date passed with no response from Bieber, German officials demanded $8,000 in fines to cover the cost of moving the monkey to a zoo.


Justin Bieber Opens Up About His Confiscated Monkey: 'It Was the Farthest Thing from Fine'

Is it too late now to say sorry? Because this one goes out to you OG Mally.

In a new interview with GQ, Justin Bieber talks in-depth about the March 2013 confiscation of his pet capuchin monkey OG Mally, whose name is pronounced “maul-ee”, by German custom officials. And the “What Do You Mean?” singer, 21, sounds remorseful about what happened.

“Honestly, everyone told me not to bring the monkey. Everybody,” Bieber told the magazine about that fateful trip to Munich. 𠇎veryone told me not to bring the monkey. I was like, ‘It’s gonna be fine, guys!’ It was the farthest thing from fine.”

OG Mally, who was an unexpected birthday gift to Bieber from a family friend, was seized by custom officials and placed under quarantine shortly after the monkey and Bieber landed in Munich. While this traumatic event may seem like the result of teenage irresponsibility, Bieber claims he had all of OG Mally’s papers in order for the trip.

“In Germany, that monkey’s endangered or something … but I had the papers,” he said “I even had it written out that he was a circus monkey and he could travel and all that s—. I had all the right papers. Things get twisted.”

Bieber was given until May 7 of 2013 to produce the proper paperwork to retrieve OG Mally, but did not come forward with the documents. After this date passed with no response from Bieber, German officials demanded $8,000 in fines to cover the cost of moving the monkey to a zoo.


Justin Bieber Opens Up About His Confiscated Monkey: 'It Was the Farthest Thing from Fine'

Is it too late now to say sorry? Because this one goes out to you OG Mally.

In a new interview with GQ, Justin Bieber talks in-depth about the March 2013 confiscation of his pet capuchin monkey OG Mally, whose name is pronounced “maul-ee”, by German custom officials. And the “What Do You Mean?” singer, 21, sounds remorseful about what happened.

“Honestly, everyone told me not to bring the monkey. Everybody,” Bieber told the magazine about that fateful trip to Munich. 𠇎veryone told me not to bring the monkey. I was like, ‘It’s gonna be fine, guys!’ It was the farthest thing from fine.”

OG Mally, who was an unexpected birthday gift to Bieber from a family friend, was seized by custom officials and placed under quarantine shortly after the monkey and Bieber landed in Munich. While this traumatic event may seem like the result of teenage irresponsibility, Bieber claims he had all of OG Mally’s papers in order for the trip.

“In Germany, that monkey’s endangered or something … but I had the papers,” he said “I even had it written out that he was a circus monkey and he could travel and all that s—. I had all the right papers. Things get twisted.”

Bieber was given until May 7 of 2013 to produce the proper paperwork to retrieve OG Mally, but did not come forward with the documents. After this date passed with no response from Bieber, German officials demanded $8,000 in fines to cover the cost of moving the monkey to a zoo.