Most of us (over the age of seventeen) have been talking shit for years about Justin Bieber, thanks to his over-publicized bad choices, frequent run-ins with the law and rebellious lifestyle -- all of which combine to supply stories that ultimately write themselves. And while we could personally do without hearing so much about the Biebs, Comedy Central had a much different idea.
Comedy Central You're about to get bashed, boyfriend.
On March 30 some of the best in the biz will rip this asshole a second one for the whole world to see on the Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber. At first glance, the list of guest speakers on the dais looks promising -- Hannibal Buress, Chris D'Elia, Natasha Leggero, Pete Davidson, Jeffrey Ross, Snoop Dogg, Martha Stewart, Ludacris and Shaquille O'Neal. However, we noticed one glaring omission...
The Iron Sheik. Really, Comedy Central? How could you leave Mr. Camel Clutch himself out of all of this?!
Having Sheikie bash JB isn't just a random thought, we'll have you know. Iron Sheik should have been on the top of the short list because he's been known to take dump after dump on Bieber (and his tiny balls) for what seems like forever now. And, honestly, who wouldn't love to see him make that little twerp humble in the roast arena?
To plead our case we've pulled fifteen (trust us, there were plenty to choose from) of our favorite tweets from the legend to prove how fantastic it would be to have the man, the legend -- the Iron Sheik -- on the Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber.
Be sure to tune in for the Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber on March 30, check out Iron Sheik's documentary The Sheik by going to www.SheikMovie.com and follow the daily hilarity Sheikie dishes out on Twitter @The_IronSheik.
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