Calvin Klein Wipes Away Paintball Streaks from Justin Bieber Billboard

Posted on: March 12th, 2015 at 5:10 am by
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Last week, the so-called non-Beliebers scored a victory against Justin Bieber and his pimps at Calvin Klein. A volley of seven yellow paintballs was fired at the ad banner hanging above Houston Street. The vandalism sat unchecked for days.

Calvin Klein got wind of the incident, though, and by Monday morning, the drips were gone. Scrubbed clean. So, now you can enjoy Bieber’s photoshopped body once again. Or not.

As previously reported, we received an ominous email from the Anti Bieber League shortly after the incident:

THE CITIZENS OF NYC SAY NO! TO VISUAL TERRORIZATION AT THE HANDS OF JUSTIN BIEBER AND CALVIN KLEIN.

WE DID NOT ASK FOR THIS – WE SAY NO! TO BIEBER – WE SAY NO! TO MEDIOCRITY.

NO LONGER WILL NYC TOLERATE THE STUPIDITY OF THIS ASININE BUFFOON/TURD.

NO BIEBER IN 2015!

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