Larry Flynt’s company proposes singer do raunchy ads for clubs in U.S. and London and says it can host a party for the singer when he turns 21
Justin Bieber has been offered $1 million to front a strip club chain’s TV ads, Confidenti@l has learned.
The offer comes from the Hustler Clubs, headed by world-famous pornographer Larry Flynt, which are planning a nationwide campaign to get men to stop “outsourcing visits to strip clubs and from now on buy only American.”
In a leaked letter filled with grammatical errors, marketing director David Lieberman makes a bizarre proposal for a TV commercial that would involve Bieber passionately kissing a woman clad in an American-flag bikini and burying his face in her “38 Double D’s.”
Bieber would then say to the camera, “Keep it here in the good old U.S. of A.” and “Keep the lap dances a-coming when you turn 21.”
Writes Lieberman: “That’s not really an ad, it’s actually a public service announcement for Justin’s legions of fans who (are) about to enter adulthood.”
The letter also proposes that Bieber do an ad for the Hustler Club in London, with a woman clad in a Union Jack bikini and the star saying, “Keep it here in jolly old England.”
Also offered: a party for Bieber and his dad, Jeremy, on the singer’s 21st birthday next March.
Lieberman writes: “There is a time honored tradition in this great country of ours of fathers taking their sons to Strip Clubs when they reach 21 to learn what it means to truly be a man, and Justin can set a shining example in continuing that uniquely American rite of passage — even though we know of course that Justin is Canadian.”
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