Justin Bieber isn't exactly the archetype of a "bad boy." Still, he's not exactly the kind of guy you want your young daughter running away with, either... but who is? Bieber has released a new video attached to his song "As Long as You Love Me," from the album Believe, which tells a story that looks to up the ante on the music artist's "rebel image."
Bieber plays a determined young lover who is hell bent on whisking the object of his affections (Chanel Celaya of 21 Jump Street) off into the sunset... unfortunately, she's got an overprotective father to deal with. And it's the worst kind of over protective father: the kind with a short temper, a violent streak, and a line of Quentin Tarantino movies on his acting résumé: Michael Madsen. Bieber pledges to his lady friend, "As long as you love me, I'll be your platinum, I'll be your silver, I'll be your gold" ... but unfortunately, he doesn't quite count on the brass in Madsen's knuckles.
Check out the video below if you want to see Justin Bieber fight for love, and if you're not too squeamish over violence. The Biebs takes quite a beating.
[Photo Credit: David Edwards/Daily Celeb]
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Born Robert Nesta Marley in Jamaica in 1945, Bob Marley grew up to become one of the most influential musicians of the second half of the 20th century. Initially using music as a way out of the ghetto, he became the voice of a country and an ambassador for peace and racial harmony throughout the world. Stricken with skin cancer, Marley refused medical advice and treatment until it was too late; he died at 36.