Owatonna zoo home to hot pop star Justin Bieber's cold-blooded pet

The tiny boa constrictor Justin Bieber made famous by carrying around at last year's MTV's Video Music Awards now calls Minnesota home. TMZ reports 'Johnson' the snake has been at the Rad Zoo in Owatonna for about a week. A person donated it to the zoo after buying it at an MTV auction.
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The tiny boa constrictor Justin Bieber made famous by carrying around at last year's MTV's Video Music Awards now calls Minnesota home. TMZ reports 'Johnson' the snake has been at the Rad Zoo in Owatonna for about a week. A person donated it to the zoo after buying it at an MTV auction.

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