He was an hour-and-a-half late to his own concert… was photographed visiting a brothel… and he got caught tagging up private property.
From Sao Paulo to Rio de Janeiro, this week our celebrity gossip roundup examines Justin Bieber’s stopover in Brazil.
It began in Sao Paulo on Friday, November 1, when Page Six broke the news that the pop star had spent more than three hours in a swanky brothel called Centauros. Justin was later snapped exiting the establishment, covered in bed sheets, apparently trying to conceal his identity.
Unfortunately, the tattoo on his arm kind of killed the disguise.
The next day, after getting pelted on the arm by a water bottle on stage Saturday, Justin was understandably upset and decided he had had enough and cut his show short — this is the same show he was tardy to. Biebs then headed to Club Disco and danced the night away. On Twitter, the “Boyfriend” singer made no mention of the early departure and instead wrote: “we had a good time tonight. brazil goes hard.”
Onto Sunday! The Mirror published an article claiming that Justin had rented out a mansion and invited some 30 girls over. Well, he is famous, he is single and he is 19.
Showing his age (again) on Tuesday, the teen icon was photographed spray painting the wall of the former Hotel Nacional. Local police are reportedly launching an investigation into the matter.
Before we close, let’s not forget the video that surfaced on YouTube on Thursday, showing Justin fast asleep in a hotel room. Again, his tattooed arm was exposed. Not much happens in the footage except that it shows a brunette female blowing a kiss and waving goodbye to a sleeping Justin, but it’s creepy to see that our boy may have been filmed without his consent. (A rep for Justin declined comment to Access Hollywood about this particular incident.)
Lots of talk followed about who the woman was – and what her profession might be — but regardless, talk about partying a little too hard.
Only three more countries left on the tour…
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