Want a piece of Justin Bieber, literally? Like on a cellular level? You can.

A Canadian website is selling a pendant that contains the DNA of its country's national treasure, according to Canada.com.

The head scientist at the company is Ryan Lehto – and we use that term "scientist" loosely. He claims that his employer "obtained his hair DNA due to popular demand and because we like that he is Canadian and how he went from YouTube to an international superstar!” How intellectual of the "scientist" to reveal that The Biebs' nationality determined their decision to sell his DNA.

So did they yank a strand from The Biebs' head while he was trapped in a crowd of fans? Did they break into his house and swipe strands from his hair brush? Did they get it on the black market, if there is such a thing for Bieber contraband and genetic material? Did they get it from Mariah Yeater, the woman who claimed that The Biebs fathered her son? See where we are going with this...

The pendants, which make us think of the time when Angelina Jolie and her then-hubby carried vials of each other's blood around their necks while apart, comes with a $120 price tag, a silver box chain and a certificate of authenticity.

PopCrush readers, would you wear a pendant containing Bieber DNA?

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