Perhaps you heard that the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department raided Justin Bieber's home in search of any evidence that links the pop star to the alleged egging of a neighbor's home, which caused an estimated $20,000 worth of damage.
Police left empty-handed when it came to egg-related evidence and all they turned up was some molly (MDMA), which was not connected to Bieber but to his rapper friend Lil Za, who was promptly arrested.
If the raid on Bieber's home seems like a waste of police time and taxpayer money, you aren't alone. Kylie Jenner is right there with you. The 16-year-old reality star and friend to both Bieber and Lil Za, slammed the police for their aggressive pursuit of evidence when she retweeted Bieber's producer Maejor Ali's thoughts on the incident:
Thousands of tax payers dollars were just WASTED by sending 12 ARMED officers with GUNS DRAWN in Justin Bieber's home to search for Eggs
Meanwhile people in Urban communities have a hard time getting ONE officer to come out for DANGEROUS crimes ..So many unsolved murders/rapes
Shame on you LA County sheriff office and shame on the judge who signed a search warrant for investigating egg- throwing in Calabasas ♛
Jenner followed up with her own tweets, writing, "I never thought my friends would actually attack someone in the same position as me and my family. Not on your team no more." You hear that L.A. County Sheriff's Department? Kylie Jenner is not on your team anymore.
But Jenner isn't the only celebrity who thinks it's the police who have egg on their face. Kelly Osbourne tweeted, "You play you pay but really who gets arrested for throwing a bloody egg! #Hollyweird." Meanwhile, One Direction member Harry Styles, who is rumored to be dating Kylie's sister Kendall Jenner, chimed in by posting scrambled eggs to his Instagram page with the caption, "Egg off."
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