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So Far Most Controversial Celebs of 2014
2014 has been started and the controversial celebrities from the past are still doing something extraordinary at the start of this year.
We have watched several controversial videos and read many scandalous of famous celebrities in 2013. Now it’s all about the most controversial videos of 2014. You would not like them after watching these videos but a large number of people are watching them.
Bieber and Sharieff caught up with Stripper
Two friends Justin Bieber and Khalil Sharieff appear in a controversial photo while sucking the breast of a striper in a recent party. The striper has a playboy tattoo near to her bellybutton who comes in a Lose Angles recording studio and made some fun with the teenagers.
Shakira and Rihanna the Brand New Video
The new video of Shakira and Rihanna “Can’t Remember to Forget” song got thousands of views on YouTube in just 2 days. This song is about that boy that just gets under your skin and you cannot leave alone.
Justin Dancing with Selena Gomez
Justin Bieber shared a video on Instagram, where he appears with Selena Gomez, both are dancing together. The dance not looks usual where Justin, 20, Selena, 21, and stick her with the wall while dancing, but the video was removed later.
To Be Continued