The citizens of San Francisco are less then amused with Justin Bieber and his camp’s guerilla style of advertising.
The campaign was supposed to feature painted messages on sidewalk announcing Bieber’s 2015 album, Purpose. After a few rain showers the sidewalk was to be washed away clean and forgotten, like so many of “The Bieber Cocaine and Baby Mama Scandals” of the early 2000s. Problem is the paint wore the weathering a little too well and the writing is still there after multiple storms and the Nov. 13 release date.
— Kim ✖️ (@SoCalPalKim) November 20, 2015
As stated before, the fine people of SanFran ain’t having it. The City Attorney of San Francisco sent out a letter this weekend (Dec. 28) basically saying as much. Biebs can be facing a $2500 fine for each piece if that ish doesn’t get cleaned up. No word yet on if the Poplette is going to be singing ‘Sorry’ to the Judge.