Miley tweeted a picture of herself wearing a Reefer Fever shirt on Monday (Oct. 7), adding caption, “@justinbieber FO LIFE.”
Are you shocked by Miley’s shirt? Do you think Justin will be annoyed at Miley for wearing it or do you think he’ll find it hysterical?
TMZ posted a new photo of Justin on Monday that appears to be “holding marijuana joint” and sitting next to a girl that looks like Ariana Grande.
TMZ said sources on both sides said the girl was not Ariana and the pic appeared to be doctored.
Okay.. he’s a boy, and if he’s really smoking, so what?? We’re here for his music afterall.
U.S. border authorities allegedly found weed on Justin Bieber’s tour bus on Sunday during a search in Detroit as it tried to enter the United States from Canada, TMZ reports.
According to Kenneth Hammond, chief officer for U.S. Customs and Border Protection in Detroit, Justin was not on the bus at the time. He was scheduled to perform that night at Joe Louis Arena Detroit.
A drug sniffing dog picked up the trace of illegal substances during a secondary inspection of the bus. Police ultimately found and seized a small amount of marijuana intended for personal use, as well as drug paraphernalia. The driver was issued a civil penalty and the bus and its passengers were released.
Justin Bieber’s tour bus was raided by Swedish police who allegedly found marijuana on board Wednesday night… reports TMZ.
Police reportedly boarded the bus in Stockholm as the bus pulled up at the arena where Justin was performing. Nobody was on the bus at the time. The cops found a small amount of drugs “weed” and a stun gun, which requires a permit. Justin had been seen with his pal Lil Za in the hours before the weed incident.
Cops said, No one will be charged because they have no idea who was in possession of the drug since the bus was empty. They found the narcotic on the floor of the bus so they have no clue who brought it on.
Justin slams the rumor, wrote on his twitter:
some of the rumors about me….where do people even get this stuff. whatever…back to the music.
A statement from Stockholm County Police officer Kjell Lengren: Continue