Justin Bieber was seen on stage in New Zealand smoking what looked like a very suspicious cigarette.
Having apologized several times earlier this year for his bad behaviors in the past, Justin Bieber shows signs that he hasn’t really changed. The 21-year-old singer was recently caught on camera smoking weed and drinking liquor onstage in New Zealand.
The “What Do You Mean?” hitmaker joined Rae Sremmurd at the latter’s show in Auckland on Thursday night, October 1. During their performance, he held a joint and puffed away. In a video obtained by TMZ, he’s also seen taking a gulp of Hennessy before pouring the beverage out on stage.
Accoding to the show’s promoter, Bieber was in New Zealand on a promotional tour and “decided to drop into the show to catch up with his friends.” The Canadian star joined Sremmurd for several Sremmurd numbers and a rendition of his own latest hit, “What Do You Mean?”
Bieber reportedly left New Zealand on Friday morning
“At this point, my faith has gotten me to where I am”. “It was a marriage kind of thing”.
Justin and Selena have been an on-again, off-again couple for the past several years, ever since dating rumors being to swirl in 2010. In the cover story, Bieber was brutally honest about his romantic relationships, his music and his views about religion, which, he said, has always guided him through life. Bieber had to suffer through a number of tame interviews with David Koch and Samantha Armytage on Channel 7’s morning show Sunrise before he could get to what we were all waiting for: the singing and the dancing. “I haven’t actually haven’t talked to him in a couple of years, but I hope he’s doing alright”. The boys of One Direction themselves took Justin Bieber’s posted video lightly.
Owning up to a period of being unhappy, Justin revealed he now surrounds himself with the right people.
On the scourge of yes-men and -women: “When you get famous, you get people that will encourage whatever you do”. “I can’t even really remember it, it happened so quickly”.
On Friday September 11, 2015, the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF), a leading charitable organization of the entertainment industry, is hosting a star-studded “roadblock” telecast fundraising event in support of Think It Up, EIF’s new national education initiative.