Mariah Yeater, remember the name?
She's the chick who allegedly took Justin Bieber's virginity backstage at the Staples Center in Los Angeles and gave birth to the pop singer's only child nine months later. She filed a paternity suit, became the key suspect in a statutory rape investigation, and subsequently lost all dignity.
But having Yeater look like a money-hungry starfucker and fame whore wasn't humiliating enough. Not for Justin Bieber, at least.
"There's a song about that girl that said she was gonna have my baby, Mariah Yeater," Bieber tells The Daily Mail. "There are songs about things I'm going through. I wrote songs about different situations."
Despite the fact rumors that Biebz had fathered a child were laid to rest in November, the Canadian star is seemingly having a hard time letting go.
On Saturday, Bieber spent the better part of an hour shooting off random tweets in what he calls "Random Twitter Hour." After sending 23 tweets in 60 minutes, Bieber ended with a message to his alleged baby mama.
Dear mariah yeeter...we have never met...so from the heart i just wanted to say... youtu.be/RaPpjTZa9bA
-- Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) April 21, 2012
He included a link to an audio clip of Sacha Baron Cohen as Borat. The message: "You will never get this, you will never get this, la la la la la!"
Let it go, bro.
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