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Justin Bieber's Paternity Suit Spoofed by Jimmy Fallon

November 3, 2011 (5:28 pm) GMT
Changing the lyrics to Bieber's famous hit 'Baby', the 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' host wore baseball cap and leather jacket to impersonate the singer.

While is combating the claim that he has fathered a baby, made use of the controversy to create a spoof for his late night show. The host was dressed as the pop star, doing an impersonation and performing an altered version of Bieber's "Baby".

In his song "(It's Not My) Baby", Fallon sang, "You said we did it, and I'm a dad. My lawyer's tripping, 'cause this looks bad. You only said this to get my cash. Now is going to kick my a**. It's not my baby, baby, baby. Oh-oh, it's not my baby, baby, baby."

Maria Yeater filed for a paternity suit against the 17-year-old singer, claiming they had unprotected sex at the backstage of his Los Angeles concert in October 2010. Yeater gave birth to a son named Tristyn Anthony Markhouse Yeater three months ago but she said she had been trying to get in touch with Bieber since she fell pregnant. The 20-year-old girl wants Bieber to take paternity test.

Fallon sang further in his spoof, "You said I didn't use protection, I only lasted 30 seconds. But that's not true. No that's a lie. It was totally more like 45." Fallon, who also broke out to a dance routine, sang further, "Her claims I deny flatly. I ain't that baby's daddy."



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