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Rickie Fowler spotted hanging out with Justin Bieber

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http://www.upi.com/Sports_News/Golf/2017/04/21/Justin-Bieber-Rickie-Fowler-spotted-hanging-out-in-South-Florida/7181492812100/

Just as I was starting to like Rickie, he goes and hangs out with the biebs... 

I'm not surprised that they are friends, though.  Oh well... :-D

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3 hours ago, phillyk said:

http://www.upi.com/Sports_News/Golf/2017/04/21/Justin-Bieber-Rickie-Fowler-spotted-hanging-out-in-South-Florida/7181492812100/

Just as I was starting to like Rickie, he goes and hangs out with the biebs... 

I'm not surprised that they are friends, though.  Oh well... :-D

Ricky is a Belieber!

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On ‎4‎/‎23‎/‎2017 at 8:50 PM, Dave2512 said:

Rather hang with Beiber than Donald. 

Hmmmmm(me thinking...). That's a tough one. Years ago, when I knew nothing about The Donald, I started watching that show he had on Golf Channel. He came across ok in that show. Not great, but ok. The Beibs...not sure. Haha...

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Access to models and young attractive wannabe starlets. All the young hot girls know Bieber, Ricki not as famous so probably makes it a lot easier. "Yeah, me and the Biebs hang sometimes, I'm Rickie Fowler, pro golfer...Capricorn."

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