Normally, I’m not a huge fan of roasts because they’re mean, awkward, and too long to get through without a hearty snack, but last night’s roast of Justin Bieber was special. Few times in history has there been a giant “let’s make fun of you” fest in which SO many people hate the person and SO many people love the person. I fall into the “hate” category. Personally, I think Justin Bieber is a little bitch, so I was pumped for the evening.
And it was actually perfect. The haters got to speak their minds about how they wish Justin would have been aborted as a fetus, and the lovers got to be “proud” of him for accepting his wrongdoings.
Basically it was a giant fuck-fest and it left everyone satisfied. From Martha Stewart giving advice
To Kevin Hart getting heated
To Ron Burgundy randomly showing up
To Natasha Leggero making the whole thing her bitch
It was some on-point comedy all around. And naturally, since it was offensive, funny, and great, everyone had something to say on the topic. I took to Twitter to see what the hot gossip was, and the world of tweeters did not let me down. It’s everything we could have hoped for, but better.
We should roast @justinbieber once a year, make it a national holiday, close schools, cancel work. we need this
— samir mezrahi (@samir) March 31, 2015
— Jose Cuervo (@JoseCuervo) March 31, 2015
— JESSI CRUICKSHANK (@JESSI) March 31, 2015
I was going to make a joke about Justin Bieber, but I don't like making fun of girls #BieberRoast
— Darth Vader (@DepressedDarth) March 31, 2015
Martha Stewart is preheating @justinbieber to 375 as we speak
— Tim (@51Wick) March 31, 2015
Side note: I sent Selena Gomez hate mail when she started dating Justin Bieber #BieberRoast
— Julianna Beckman (@jbecks22) March 31, 2015
Then, of course, there were “Beliebers” who were upset by this whole thing.
— Audrey Dallas (@biebsxdallas) March 31, 2015
Omg that was so rude! He just insulted @justinbieber's dad! I swear I'm gonna murder one of them!
— Zee (@ZRBollywood) March 31, 2015
And in the end, Justin got to pull a PR stunt to apologize for his actions, which was the whole point of this comedy assault in the first place.
— valentina (@WORLDWlDEJACKS) March 31, 2015
Whether you loved it, hated it, Beliebe, or hope all of the Beliebers get shipped off to labor camps, we can all agree that the best part of the evening was seeing Kevin Hart stand next to Shaq.
— Uncle Bill (@UBtalkin) March 31, 2015
Thanks for the entertainment, Twitter. You never fail to make me simultaneously laugh and fear for the future of the human race..