Justin Bieber’s Braziian model says he is good in bed

Miami-Dade Police Department via Getty ImagesIn this handout photo provided by Miami-Dade Police Department

Miami-Dade Police Department via Getty ImagesIn this handout photo provided by Miami-Dade Police Department

Remember the girl who shot a pic of Justin Bieber sleeping in bed in Brazil? Well — and we hope you are sitting down for this — she claims they slept together. Crazy!

The New York Post, quoting the Sun, reports that she said her night of passion was “one of the best moments in my life.” Yeesh.

“Take it from me,” said Tatiana Neves Barbosa. “He’s well endowed — and very good in bed.” Yes, take it from a gal who plasters the Internet with photos of herself in a bikini (and also has prompted conspiracy theories that she is a transsexual hooker).

But here’s the funniest part of the story. Barbosa and gaggle of other girls were invited to Bieber’s villa, where a party was in full swing, with J-Bib’s very own music blaring. When she suggested they change the tunes, Bieber reportedly said, “No, I don’t like other types of music.”FeaturesGossipJustin Bieber

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