Justin Bieber Learns the Traditional College Art of Shotgunning Beers
By Desiree Murphy
This video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors.
If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the page.
Watch Justin Bieber Shotgun A Beer In Vegas (Hint: He Fails!)
Jay Leno's Physician Describes Star's Burn Injuries as 'Concerni…
Candace Cameron Bure Defends Herself Against 'Traditional Marria…
Freddie Prinze Jr. Shares the Secret to Sarah Michelle Gellar Ma…
Jenna Ortega Shares Why She Rocked a Veil at ‘Wednesday’ Premier…
'80 for Brady' Official Trailer
Paris Hilton Updates Fans on Pregnancy Journey After Mom Kathy C…
Kelly Rowland Weighs in on GRAMMYs and Who She Thinks Deserves a…
Ryan Reynolds on How His Kids Feel to Be Expecting a New Sibling…
Pete Davidson and Emily Ratajkowski Show PDA for Comedian’s 29th…
How Patrick Dempsey Really Feels About Singing in 'Disenchanted'…
'Grey's Anatomy's Debbie Allen Shares the Proudest Moment of Her…
Jessica Henwick on Charlie Cox’s Call for Her MCU Return and Wor…
Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde Split After Nearly 2 Years of Dati…
Nicki Aycox, 'Supernatural' Actress, Dead at 47
Jay Leno Seen for First Time Since Suffering 3rd-Degree Burns
‘Criminal Minds: Evolution’: Zach Gilford Dishes on Working With…
American Music Awards 2022: All the Must-See Moments!
Selma Blair Reflects on Friendship with Christina Applegate as T…
There are some things you can only learn in college, and Justin Bieber is discovering that the hard way.
Bieber attended a pool party at the Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub inside of The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas on Saturday, where he took part in the art of shotgunning a beer. Most popular at fraternities at colleges and universities, it's a drinking game where you poke a hole in a can of beer, cover the hole with your mouth, pop the tab and consume your beverage as fast as possible to beat your opponent(s).
Corona Extra in hand, the 21-year-old went up against Sam Shahidi, co-founder of the anti-bullying app, Shots, which Bieber invested in.
Even though he clearly lost the drinking race, the "What Do You Mean?" singer was a good sport about it. "I lost but I didn’t go to college," he wrote of the failed attempt, which he posted on Instagram.
It was a memorable fight for Mayweather. By defeating Berto in a unanimous decision win, the 38-year-old matched the 49-0 career record of legendary boxer Rocky Marciano. "My career's over. It's official," Mayweather said. "You've got to know when to hang it up."
As usual, Bieber congratulated his friend's win with a photo on Instagram, which he later followed up with an artistic solo shot inside the arena.