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Justin Bieber & Miley Cyrus: Truth About Ending Friendship After Diss

Published on February 14, 2014 by   ·   No Comments

justin mileyJustin was reportedly furious when Miley joked about Justin’s DUI arrest on ‘The Tonight Show’ on Jan. 30, but now we know if this is really the end for these longtime friends.

When Miley Cyrus said on national television that Justin Bieber needs to pay his bodyguards to keep him in check, knows the outcome!


Justin Bieber & Miley Cyrus Fighting Over Her Jay Leno Interview?

Justin was arrested on Jan. 23 for a DUI, and then Miley went on Jay Leno, and totally blasted him! But even though she joked about his legal problems, has learned that they will always remain friends!

“They rarely see each other so these comments will be forgotten when they see each other at an award show,” an insider says. “[Their friendship] is very superficial in the first place but if its good for business they’ll be seen together or work together in the future guaranteed. Maybe no Thanksgivings together though.”

Justin To Miley’s ‘Leno’ Diss: ‘Shut The F**k Up’

Just to refresh your memory, here’s the comment that Miley made about Justin to Jay.

“You’ve got a lot of money,” Miley said. “Pay people to make sure you don’t get in trouble, and party at your house. Buy a house, and add a club to it. I get the most flack, yet I’m not doing anything illegal — everything I do is legal in California.”

She then mentioned that no one has seen a “Miley mugshot” and this is what made Justin pick up the phone and call her.

“Miley’s comments infuriated The Biebs, who phoned the next day and warned her to keep her f–king mouth shut,” an insider tells the National Enquirer. “Justin was furious. He’d really thought he and Miley were true friends — especially since she’s been brutally criticized for her own wild behavior. Miley tried to apologize, saying she didn’t feel her comments were overly critical or negative.Follow @Infocelebrity on Twitter!

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