Keeping up with the Biebers
Keeping up with the Biebers

Former NFL wide receiver KEYSHAWN JOHNSON reportedly chased down JUSTIN BIEBER on Monday night, for driving recklessly through their neighborhood in Calabasas, California.

According to TMZ, Keyshawn was walking through the neighborhood with his kids, when Bieber went flying past them in his Ferrari.  So Keyshawn brought the kids home, jumped in his Prius and went after him.

When he got to Justin’s house, he parked right behind him, blocking him in.  But there was no confrontation because Justin hightailed it into his house and refused to come out.

At least one other person called police to report Justin’s reckless driving that night, and the cops ended up questioning him.  But we don’t know what, if anything, will come of that.

Sources told TMZ that Justin appeared to be STONED.

Keyshawn’s lawyer says Justin is “playing with dynamite” because Keyshawn is, quote, “very, very, very livid.”

He adds, quote, “Keyshawn is taking the situation very seriously.  He wants Justin to slow down and be a responsible neighbor.”

And another former NFL star has had enough of Justin too.  ERIC DICKERSON Tweeted, quote, “I live in Calabasas too and Justin Bieber needs to slow his ass down.”

Justin is currently being investigated over an incident where he allegedly spit on a neighbor and threatened to kill him, after the guy complained about Justin’s driving.

And he isn’t making many friends in his neighborhood.  There have been a lot of complaints about his driving, and the parties that go on at his house.  And then there’s this . . .

On Sunday, Justin and a friend were reportedly driving Segways side-by-side through the neighborhood . . . while they were both SMOKING JOINTS.  And they were in full view of children.

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