It appears that Justin Bieber's claims that his personal items were stolen in Tacoma may have been a PR stunt.
On Wednesday, Bieber announced to more than 28 million Twitter followers that a computer and camera were stolen while he was on stage during Tuesday's concert at the Tacoma Dome. "Yesterday during the show me and my tour manager josh had some stuff stolen," he tweeted. "Really sucks. people should respect other's property."
Tacoma Dome surveillance footage did not indicate that anyone may have taken Bieber’s laptop and camera.
Now, a Twitter user with the handle "gexwy" is tweeting links to a video which he or she alleges to have found on the missing computer and camera.
However, the video looks suspiciously similar to a new music video that Bieber and Nicki Minaj released today.
Justin Bieber's claims of Tacoma theft may be a PR stunt
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