Justin Bieber said he was “kinda scared” about his upcoming Comedy Central Roast. Hot on the heels of the revelation that Kevin Hart will be the Roast Master on hand, comes news that comic Hannibal Buress has signed on to the line-up that will publicly skewer the polarizing singer. Buress famously called out Cosby for his alleged crimes during his stand-up routine at a Philadelphia comedy club last October, which catalysed the firestorm that now surrounds the embattled 77-year-old. If Buress wasn’t afraid to take on a former establishment figure like Cosby, he won’t be at all shy about going in on the Biebs’ embarrassment of rich material. Namely, egging, that ‘stache, paparazzi clashes, dramas with Selena Gomez, anger management classes, his Believe tour, arrests, infamously surreal mugshot, as well as the rest. As announced, Comedy Central’s Roast of Justin Bieber tapes March 14 and airs on the network on March 30. Anticipation for some kind of apocalyptic humbling of the polarizing 20-year-old is presently a hot topic and it’s a safe bet the singer’s many haters are counting down the days.