A 26-year-old named D’laontie Lewis walked into a middle school near Charleston, West Virginia on Tuesday . . . claimed to be Justin Bieber . . . and asked them to stop the morning announcements, so he could sing to the kids on the P.A.
He was wearing a Bieber wig, but the principal knew right away he wasn’t actually Bieber . . . mostly because he’s African-American. His family had called the cops earlier to warn them he was off his meds and might show up at a school.
The school immediately went on lockdown, but luckily he wasn’t violent, and didn’t have any weapons . . . he just really wanted to sing the kids some Bieber songs.
Police ended up taking him to a hospital for an evaluation. But a few hours later, he snuck out . . . and went to a daycare a half-mile away to try it again.
The local news talked to him while he was on his way to jail, and he said he did it because singing Justin Bieber songs to kids makes them “smarter.”
He’s charged with trespassing, disorderly conduct, and drug possession, because they found a small amount of marijuana on him.