San Francisco Officials Angry at Justin Bieber Sidewalk Graffiti
Justin Bieber’s promotional team has come under fire from officials in San Francisco after advertisements for his new album appeared as graffiti on the city’s sidewalks. The pop superstar has been riding high in the charts with his comeback album, Purpose, following its release last month, but City Attorney Dennis Herrera is not happy with some of the tactics apparently used by Bieber’s label executives to promote the new music.
He has fired off a sternly-worded letter to Universal Music boss Jeffrey Harleston and Def Jam Recordings CEO Steve Bartels, demanding they take action to do something about the graffiti, which has been spray-painted onto pavements and won’t come off, despite the best efforts of Public Works crewmembers.
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