Justin Bieber Roasted At Comedy Store: Says ‘Bitches,’ The ‘F–k’ Was D’Elia’s

Justin Bieber Says He Sleeps With Bitches In The Laugh Factory Comedy Store With Chris D'Elia, Also, Eminem

Justin Bieber, Eminem, and “b*****s” don’t belong in a sentence together.

But since the Detroit rapper likes to rap about them and the Canadian teen star recently said he’s not averse to sleeping with them, we thought we’d let them get acquainted. Eminem and Justin do get their own storyline a little later on.

So; it’s Saturday, December 14.

Bieber is sitting on stage at Hollywood’s Sunset Strip Laugh Factory comedy club in Los Angeles.

The “Baby” superstar has been invited up by expletive-loving comedian and former Whitney star, Chris D’Elia.

D’Elia, 33, proceeds to rip into the 19-year-old’s outfit — which somewhat typically — consisted of black drop-crotch with knee-pads, leather tank top, a grey sweatshirt, and a hat.

After telling the audience the pop singer wasn’t “a hologram mutherf*****s,” D’Elia said,

“I brought Justin up here ’cause he wanted to say ‘hi’ to you guys. But I also brought him up here because his outfit is the most ridiculous f*****g outfit I’ve ever seen in my life.”

The comedian continued to poke fun at the pop prince in a profane, but presumably venue suited manner.

At one point, D’Elia focused on Bieber’s pants by physically gesturing over the teen’s crotch area before telling the audience it was his favorite because,

“Where this area is so big it’s like, ‘Eh, you don’t even f*****g know where my d**k is! My d**k could be anywhere! My d**k could be inside you!”

Further ribbing about Justin’s watch and his knee-pads (which the singer called “swag”) followed.

Then, D’Elia cross-referenced one of his earlier jokes and pointed out Bieber’s jockey sweatshirt, which had a “33” emblazoned across the front. Declaring the sweater had “no name on the back,” the comedian made yet another expletive-filled joke, quipping:

“Hey, that means he’s only f*****g himself.”

To which, young Justin took the microphone off D’Elia and replied, “And b*****s.”

Obviously, the Internet will soon buckle under the weight of this possibly alcohol-fueled exchange in the slightly chaotic environment of a comedy club. But, to be fair to Bieber, D’Elia’s routine had already turned the air blue.

Now, we also promised you Eminem.

Britain’s equivalent to the National Enquirer, otherwise known as the tabloid newspaper The Sun, is running a new ‘story’ which claims the 41-year-old rapper has invited Bieber to stay at his house over Christmas to get the youngster back on the straight and narrow.

“He’s really hoping he can sort Justin out. The way he’s going he’s worried he’s going to end up in really bad trouble,” said a source — possibly connected to a drip — to the paper.

The ‘insider’ apparently added, “He [Eminem] wants to talk him [Bieber] into going to therapy and counselling to deal with the stress of fame in a positive way.”

The cherry of this very likely bogus story comes when we’re told Marshall Mathers “would consider going into the studio with him if he sorts himself out, which would be a dream come true for Justin.”

In a way, it’s instructive that this flotsam is out there.

The Sun’s story — such as it is — is a likely embellishment on information that came to light in an interview Bieber and his manager Scooter Braun gave to The Hollywood Reporter last month.

In the profile, Braun told the magazine that Eminem’s manager, Paul Rosenberg told him:

“If you ever want Eminem to talk to him, he would do it in a second. He cares about that kid.”

It was also noted that Justin has previously met with Eminem’s daughter, Hailie Mathers — who is a fan of Bieber’s — on past Detroit stops along the singer’s mercifully now wrapped Believe tour.

Given that the majority of The Sun’s content consists of Z-list UK reality stars and topless glamour models, it’s highly unlikely anyone from either Bieber or Eminem’s team would talk to the tabloid.

Still, that picture you might have in your mind right now of Justin and the rap god tossing a coin to see who gets the last turkey wishbone is a keeper.

Meanwhile, in the real world, the second trailer for Bieber’s forthcoming Believe concert-movie has just come out ahead of the film’s Christmas Day debut.

The singer also attended a screening of the film for under-privileged children in Los Angeles for a “Toy Drive” on Monday night and is set to appear in numerous promotions this week.

Believe receives its world premiere in Los Angeles this Wednesday at the Regal L.A. Live theater.

On Monday, Justin tweeted: “Big week. Interviews. Video shoot. New videos. Premiere. And a new On #BelieveMovie trailer on @MTV tomorrow morning (sic).”