Look with your eyes, not with your hands!
Teenagers touch each other more that regular people. I don't know why. They don't know any better.
The blog Shadow & Act (there's link to it to your right) a blog concerned with black cinema, posted a video of Bieber in front of reporters with Esperanza Spalding, the woman who beat him for the Grammy. He complimented her hair. Then he touched her hair.
Apparently this is a common problem. Black people have whites wanting to touch their hair all the time. It's terribly rude. Esperanza was a good sport about it. My impression was that Bieber was relating to her as if she were another teenager. She's ten years older than he is. She went to a conservatory, for God's sake. She doesn't need some sticky teenager pawing her hair.But I just watched an episode of The Soup. We see Justin Bieber at a wax museum admiring a wax figure of himself. And what does he do? He starts touching the hair.