Justin Bieber Tweets Phone Number . . . But It Isn’t His

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I’d imagine a teen celebrity fond of pranks would think that posting a fake phone number on Twitter would be pretty hilarious. And I bet it was hilarious, initially. But a couple of Texans, Dilcie and Kent, are having trouble seeing the humor in it, as their phones have been ringing off the hook ever since.

When you are one of the most influential people on Twitter and have 19 million people who call themselves “Beliebers” following

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