Justin Bieber 'Baby Mama' Story Becomes Massive Online Game - 'Who's the Daddy?'

The story of Justin Bieber being accused of fathering the baby of Mariah Yeater has been made into a new web game called “Who’s The Daddy?”

The online game has become a big hit on the Internet. It features Mariah Yeater claiming the pop singer is the father of her baby and Bieber denying the accusations.

The game shows Bieber’s “baby mom” saying “You’re the daddy.”

Meanwhile, the pop star appears in a different window replying “I’m not the pop.”

In the game, the player has 30 seconds to throw as many “PopCheck” kits – paternity test kits - at Bieber as possible.

Chris Evans of company Blighty, the games creator, has said the game is the showbiz story everyone’s talking about, according to The Daily Star.

“We wanted to poke at the whole situation. I don’t think Justin will be playing but hopefully he will see it’s a bit of harmless fun.”

Justin Bieber has agreed to take a paternity test to prove that he is not Yeater’s baby daddy. Once the test proves he is not the father, his lawyers have promised to sue her for defamation.

Despite those threats Yeater remains adamant claiming she has “explosive evidence.”

The Daily Star has reported that Jeffry Leving, Yeater’s new lawyer, has claimed that she is the victim and is telling the truth rather than simply trying to get her hands on a lucrative support for her child.

According to Leving, there is still a risk the truth will not come out due to the test not being court-sanctioned.

“If it’s not court-sanctioned, there’s not proper court-ordered controls supervising the DNA collection, the transportation to the lab and the actual testing, how do we know the evidence won’t be corrupted?” he said.

The pop singer has denied the allegations saying that they are “100% not true.”

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