Justin Bieber Paternity Test Results: Star Plays Ping Pong, Inspires 'Baby Daddy' Game

While pop star Justin Bieber tries to keep his mind off fatherhood drama brought on by alleged "baby mama" Mariah Yeater, the singer has taken to playing ping pong while fans have been busying themselves online playing a new game inspired by the 17-year-old singer's baby scandal.

A new game called "Justin Bieber Baby Game - Who's the Daddy?" was launched Nov. 10, according to its Facebook page, where it has attracted more than 100 fans.

In the online game, players are asked "Will Justin be left holding the baby? You decide." To player, users lob items at an image of Bieber's face, which sometimes appears with a pacifier or baby bottle.

While users have been turning to the game inspired by the teen heaththrob's baby woes, Bieber has been playing ping pong and leaning on girlfriend Selena Gomez and best bud Tay James for support, according to media reports.

Yeater, 20, has accused Bieber of fathering her newborn child, which she alleges was conceived in Oct. 2010 backstage at the singer's concert in Los Angeles.

The baby, named Trystyn Anthony Markhouse Yeater, was born in July.

The singer has agreed to take a paternity test in hopes of disproving Yeater's claims.

Gomez, described by James as Bieber's "rock," has been expressing nothing but support for her boyfriend through his very public ordeal.

Yeater's lawsuit is reportedly scheduled to go before a judge in December.

The baby allegations against Bieber was first made public when Star magazine published an interview with Yeager last month.

Despite getting avid support from fans, some have been wondering at the apparent similarity between Bieber's baby photo and the 4-month-old child Yeater claims the singer fathered.

Is there a similarity between Bieber as a baby (bottom right) and Yeater's child?

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