Being an international teen sensation may open a lot of doors and buy you a bunch of bad hats and pet monkeys…but it clearly doesn’t instill you with an ounce of class or perspective. Case in point: Justin Bieber.
Passing through Chicago, The Biebs apparently requested to see the Cup and showed as much awareness and respect in the UC locker room as he did in the Anne Frank House
(not that a changing room is as sacrosanct as Amsterdam’s testament to Nazi atrocities and the strength of the human spirit...it's just another indication that this kid is aware of nothing but himself). This (former?) Bruins fan pawed the Cup itself (where most players will not even touch it until they’ve earned the right by winning a title), and then took photos of it while standing on the sacred Indian Head logo, enraging players and the city alike. UNBELIEBABLE!
Of course it’s not really a big deal what this d-bag does, but it does provide an opportunity for a silly shirt design at his expense. The tables are turned as a skater who looks like a member of the tribe hoists a trophy while stepping on a rendition of the world’s most asinine heartthrob. Take your potshot at Bieber (and demonstrate your knowledge of Hawks/Cup etiquette) with this fun new tee.
Like all National Fanthem designs, it is not an official product of any player, league, franchise or punk-ass Canuck entertainers -- it's just a fun piece of unique art from our imagination; drawn by hand and rendered digitally as a lossless high-resolution vector graphic for perfect printing. It comes on red or sport grey pre-shrunk tees for men or women in sizes small through 5XL (Alternate brands/cuts/colors/sizes can be custom-printed for little additional cost