November 8th, 2011 19:06 EST
Justin Bieber Has More Integrity And Wisdom Than Herman Cain
"As soon as Justin Bieber returns from a European promotional jaunt in two weeks he will take a paternity test to prove that he did not father a child with a fan who has claimed the pair had a backstage tryst.
Bieber`s spokesperson, Matthew Hiltzik, confirmed for MTV News that the test has been scheduled. `I can confirm that the team has proactively made arrangements for Justin to be tested upon his return and we`re going to hold everyone who is involved responsible.` Bieber, 17, has denied that he is the father of accuser Mariah Yeater`s four-month-old child and his team has promised legal action following the results of the test."
Pop star Justin Bieber may be only 17-years-old, but he has more wisdom and integrity than Herman Cain the 65-year-old former CEO of Godfather`s Pizza.
The teen heartthrob has been accused by a 20-year-old woman, Mariah Yeater, of being the father of her four-month-old baby. The woman claims that she had a backstage tryst with the underage singer. Yeater is either a child molester or a liar, I tend to believe she`s a liar.
Justin has vehemently denied Yeater`s allegation, but he`s done more than that, he`s already scheduled a paternity test to prove to the whole world that he`s telling the truth. The young entertainer plans on suing Yeater, after the test proves he`s telling the truth.
At tonight`s press conference Herman Cain was asked by a reporter if he would be willing to take a lie detector test to rebut claims by four women that he sexually harassed them. "Yes, I certainly would, he answered, but then the weasel qualified his statement by saying, but I`m not going to do that unless I have a good reason to do that." Bottom line: Cain will never take a lie detector test.
Cain has an excellent reason to take a test: To clear his good name, if indeed he is innocent. Cain is such a cad, he has a lot to learn from Justin Bieber.
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