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Justin Bieber Had Personal Items Stolen From Tacoma Show Including His Camera – Watch For Leaked Photos Soon

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Last night, Justin Bieber performed before a sold out show in Tacoma, Washington. Today, he facebooked his fans saying some items were stolen from the show including his camera and computer with personal pictures on them.

Stealing is wrong and you should always respect other people’s stuff, but we’ll soon find out if he, like other celebrities, are stupid enough to have very personal footage on them. If so, it won’t be long for those pictures to be leaked to the Internet.

If Justin Bieber was thinking about it, he could’ve planted his iPod full of picture of him doing charity work so the one who stole it would feel terrible and have nothing to prove except for all of the great work Justin Bieber does for his fans and kids around the world.

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