Residents of an Atlanta suburb are saying baby, baby, baby, NO… to the idea of Justin Bieber moving in next door.
The people of Buckhead, Georgia are protesting Justin Bieber’s interest in their neighborhood, after the Canadian singer looked at a few houses in the area, according to NBC Atlanta.
The Buckhead Neighborhood Coalition has started a Facebook event for a protest — titled “Protest Justin Bieber Moving to Buckhead” — taking place at 6:00 a.m. on Monday morning. By Sunday afternoon over 250 people have signed up to attend.
“As a community here in Buckhead, we have worked hard to achieve our goals and get to where we are,” the event description reads.
There’s a story – true, but I’ll say it’s apocryphal – that one of the town’s wealthiest residents was appalled when 50 Cent and his entourage motored down John Street to look at a spec house for sale just a few doors down from her own. The Bentley convertibles, the rap music blasting, even, possibly, the gold jewelry were all too much for the lady and a few phone calls were made to the responsible brokers in town. The house was sold to someone else, Mr. 50 Cent moved on. To Buckhead, perhaps.