British Prime Minister David Cameron purportedly auctioned off a meet-and-greet with Justin at the Tories’ annual Black and White Party to raise funds for future election campaigns – UK’s conservative party (Tory Party).
According to The Sun, a wealthy financier paid over £10,000 ($15,700) for the privilege of giving four teenage girls an access backstage pass to meet Justin when his 2013 Believe Tour rolls into London’s O2 Arena on March 7, 2013.
While ya’ll might assume that Justin has a special relationship with Cameron, it turns out he was in the dark about the get-together — and Justin was NOT told.
A rep for Bieber’s camp was unavailable, but a Universal UK publicist said Justin “wouldn’t expect to be informed” about who gets backstage passes to his shows.
The UK’s conservative party refused to comment. But Labour Member of Parlement Steve McCabe accused them of a “cynical” bid to exploit Justin Bieber that would backfire.
Last month, The Chicago Sun Times reported that “Justin Bieber is uncomfortable” discussing his political causes.
“Justin is uncomfortable in general about political causes — He’s all about entertaining his fans with his music and not interested in pushing a political agenda.”