Parents in Forney, Texas are likely singing the praises of young Caroline Gonzalez, the superfan who named a street after Justin Bieber, after hearing reports that Mexican teenagers are offering up their virginity for the star. Yes, while the 17-year-old Canadian now reigns over our geography here in the States, in Mexico he’s become instrumental in young girls’
maturation into women deflowering. After a group of disappointed teens failed to get tickets to an upcoming Bieber show—disappointed being a severe understatement: devastated, crushed and destroyed to the point of reckless is more appropriate—they’ve decided to auction off their virginity for a chance to see him live. Instead of begging for overpriced StubHub tickets for their birthday and every remaining holiday this year, or devising an elaborate plan to sneak into the venue, the girls are hoping their innocent, untainted femininity can snag them Bieber tickets from the connections of creeps who troll Facebook Marketplace. Mark Zuckerbeg really has created a one-stop shop with that thing. Uproxx has translated the Mexican newspaper report (with the heavy help of Google Translator):
The black market of the Internet to get tickets for the concert of Justin Bieber on the Internet has reached the point of offering the first sex in exchange for a concert ticket, as published by the portal sdpnoticias.com
Real scenes of hysteria were posted on YouTube by girls who could not get a ticket. Now things have gone to another level. According to that reported by the newspaper El Norte, a girl has even offered its first time in exchange for a ticket to see the Canadian artist.
“My virginity for a ticket to Justin Bieber, urgeee me,” wrote a user’s social network Facebook.
In addition, some “vivales” have used to seek to change tickets in exchange for the company of a girl, the same newspaper reported.
Like StubHub, we hope these transactions come with insurance (on both ends). Yet another reason why parents should start spoiling their kids: to prevent hooking on the Internet. We just hope Bieber is worth it.