Justin Bieber Set to Buy LaFerrari, Performs to Osbourne’s Song, And More

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Comedy Central recently roasted the singing sensation we all love to hate- Justin Bieber. The singer became the youngest roastee ever. A roast is a medium of public ridicule, where a bunch of famous people openly joke and humiliate a famous person in front of a large live and television audience.

Justin Bieber was roasted by comedians and singers like Snoop Dogg, Martha Stewart, Jeff Ross, Shaquille O’ Neal, Pete Davidson, Hannibal Buress, Chris D’Elia, Ludacris, Natasha Leggero and Will Ferrell. Kevin Hart was the roastmaster for the night.

The roast saw the panelist making all kinds of jokes at Bieber’s expense; from his numerous link ups to his relationship with Selena Gomez to his stint with the law. Justin was a complete sport to take it all in his stride and was seen laughing at all the jokes. He even thought that while he was cool enough to handle all the jokes related to Selena Gomez, he owed her an apology, and supposedly expressed desire to talk to her before she saw the screening of the roast.

In a recent interview with US Today, when asked what car he is driving these days, Justin said that he is driving the Ferrari 458 Italia, but he has ordered a LaFerrari, which is yet to be delivered.

The LaFerrari, the most extreme road-going Ferrari, and there are only 499 LaFerraris that will ever exist! Justin Bieber is set to own one of those, which means that the singing sensation is going to own 0.2 percent of the global stock of LaFerraris.

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There are a lot of wealthy people around the globe who can easily buy any amount of expensive and exclusive cars, but owning a LaFerrari is different. You not only should have the money to buy it but should deserve it enough to be able to own one. The ownership is highly exclusive. There are a large number of millionaires and billionaires around the globe, but there are only 499 LaFerraris that are available in the world and to own one, the owner needs to be in the exclusive circle.

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