In case you're not one of the Biebs' 19 million Twitter followers, here's a recap on the prank:
Earlier this month, the Biebs tweets a random phone number with the caption, "Call me right now."
But uh-oh! The number is missing one digit.
Bieber-crazed teens who follow their idol's instructions like lemmings go on a crazy calling frenzy after realising the missing number could only be between 0 and 9.
Two Texans by the names of Dilcie and Kent — no, we're not making those up — become unwitting victims of Bieber's stupid mistake and receive thousands of phone calls from screaming girls.
And while their names might sound sweet, the two Southerners don't feel happy vibes about their phones ringing off the hook.
Now, Dilcie and Kent have teamed up to sue the Biebs, demanding compensation for the teen's reckless behaviour.
So, what do they want from him?
Suggestions from the pair's legal team include an apology, an endorsement for Ken's upcoming online project and money for "any out of pocket expenses", according to TMZ.
Oh, and last but not least, some concert tickets for the grandkids. In fact, that might just do the trick.