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Justin Bieber Reaches Out to Single Moms, Oh the Irony!

Justin Bieber has a Mother’s Day surprise. He’s planning to release a new single “Turn To You” as a tribute to his mother. Proceeds from sales will help single mother’s in need. Does he have a special single mother in mind?

Bieber’s grand gesture to donate the proceeds of his record to single mothers in need, is especially ironic because of one single mother in particular.

That would be his own alleged baby mama Mariah Yeater, who is single and caring for his supposed baby. Yeater claimed that Bieber fathered her child during a brief backstage tryst after a concert at the Staples Center in Los Angeles last year.

The story made headlines for weeks as legal wrangling ensued between the parties. The case dropped out of the public eye after Yeater’s Chicago lawyer and paternity expert, Jeffrey Leving, said he wanted to resolve the matter privately.

Then, inexplicably Bieber tweeted about Yeater reviving the story once again. He has since revealed that he has written a song inspired by her. He was back on Twitter again about his latest song.

“Think im gonna release #TurnToYOU for my mom this friday for mother’s day weekend,” Bieber tweeted. “The proceeds will go to help other single moms. thanks.”

Bieber should have some empathy for single mothers. His own mom, Pattie Mallette, became pregnant with him when she was 18 and raised him by herself.

Bieber told MTV he wants the world to know how thankful he is for her courage.

“[It’s] about the struggles, I say in the song,” Bieber told MTV. “She had me at like the age I am now. [It’s about] just the struggles she went through and how brave she was, and I think the world needed to know that.”

Ironically, Bieber could also have a son born out of wedlock, young Tristyn with Mariah Yeater.

  • Alannah

    He took 2 paternity tests and the case was dropped as he WAS NOT the father. You guys are meant to publish details right?

    Its for his mum and soley or his mum.