Is Justin Bieber moving to Quincy?

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http://www.reefernetwork.comAfter blowing off many fans in Vegas this weekend for private meet and greets at MGM Grand. Dirty Water had boots on the ground at MGM this weekend to get the facts. In Justin’s defense, a source at MGM said he was tired of being groped by young girls. So maybe we should cut him a little slack just this one time.  The truth is Justin Bieber has cancelled all future meet and greets because, as he puts it, they’re driving him “to the point of depression.”

Now we hear that Biebs is moving to the Boston area. If this is true — God help us.

Justin-Bieber-GQ-Cover-March-2016-002QUINCY, Massachusetts – In a big surprise to everyone in Los Angeles, pop superstar Justin Bieber has announced today in an interview that he is moving to the Quincy, Massachusetts area. He told the magazine that he was “tired of the L.A. lifestyle” and was looking for a change in life.

Note to excited fans: The same bogus story also came out last week announcing that JB was moving to Providence, Rhode Island. So, we doubt Justin Bieber will be strolling the boardwalk at Marina Bay anytime soon.

“I just want to slow things down a bit and get away from the crazy, hectic life in L.A. I’ve visited the Quincy area a few times over the years and the people there are real… they’re genuine and pretty friendly too and I think those are the things that are most important in deciding where to live,” Bieber said.  Actually, we don’t think he really said that. But if you dropped thousands of dollars on a meet and greet at an upcoming JB concert … we have a nice piece of land that we’d like to see you overlooking Wollaston Beach in Quincy.

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S.J. Torres launched Dirty Water News in 2011. In writing and editing for Dirty Water Media, S.J. combines his innovative style and energy with years of nightlife experience. He has been an instrumental influence in the Boston nightlife scene since managing Daisy Buchanan at the start of his career and ultimately becoming an owner of Howl at the Moon and Down Ultra Lounge.

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