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Justin 'DUI' Bieber is 'not above the law' says NFL Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson

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Hall of Fame NFL running back Erik Dickerson certainly isn't a fan of Justin Bieber. 

The former Los Angeles Rams player lives in the same area as Bieber, and last year he tweeted that Bieber should 'slow his ass down.'

On this occasion it was more of a celebration tweet from Dickerson. As he explained, "It's about time! Nobody's above the law!"

It has been reported that Bieber's father, Jeremy, helped the singer block traffic so the 19-year-old could drag race in his yellow Lamborghini. 

Crazy fool. 

He has been arrested on charges of drag racing and driving under the influence. 

Former NFL wide-out and ESPN analyst Keyshawn Johnson was also revelling in the news of his arrest.

“They finally caught HIM!” Johnson said on Twitter. “Glad no one was hurt, no kids in the street. Everyone grows up at some point. Hopefully he learns from it.”

Last year, Johnson said, “You got a 19-year-old kid feeling entitled, speeding up and down the highway,” Johnson said at the time. “That’s why all the neighbours is mad. Then you got him spitting on people in the neighbourhood. You can’t do that.”

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