Justin Bieber is a Canadian pop singer whose become a worldwide teen sensation. Justin began his professional career on YouTube, where he was discovered by his future manager, Scooter Braun. Braun flew Bieber to Atlanta, Georgia, where he consulted with Usher and soon signed a record deal with Island.
In the entertainment industry it’s all about keeping up appearances, and Justin Bieber had people talking when he claimed he got a new private jet over the holiday season. Last week, the “One Less Lonely Girl” posted photos aboard a swanky Gulfstream G4 and added captions like, “New jet for Christmas, and she’s beautiful,” and “Merry Christmas she’s a beauty.”
However, it turns out that Justin didn’t get a new airplane, but rather rented the jet to fly from Ontario to New York City.
Despite his legal and public relations problems over the past year, Justin Bieber still made a ton of money. And the “All That Matters” singer decided to splurge on himself as he purchased a brand new private jet as his own Christmas present.
Of course, Justin couldn’t keep the news to himself so he posted a series of photographs via Instagram that were taken inside his new ride.
An Us Weekly source says that instead of enjoying the company of celebrity guests like Jay Z, Beyonce and Justin Timberlake, the “Come and Get It” singer threw a tantrum. The insider explains, "She shouted, 'No one understands me! My boyfriend doesn't even understand me. Everyone just stared [at her]."
The “All That Matters” singer looked to be having a blast while snapping an Instagram selfie with his lady friends and their Nerf guns. Bieber captioned the shot, "@kendalljenner why the need for two guns fool and @haileybaldwin good work today we were killin everyone. #nerfwars.”
In the Instagram snapshot, the “All That Matters” hitmaker is pictured with his hand around the “Don’t Wake Me Up” crooner’s neck while holding him up against a wall. Mr. Bieber captioned the photograph, “Had fun with the homey @Chrisbrownofficial,” though not everyone was a fan of the moment.
He spent his formative years with his family’s prized pooch Sammy and last night (December 11) Justin Bieber's dog passed away. The “All That Matters” singer took to his Instagram account to post photos of himself with the rescued Papillion to let fans know of his loss.
Justin also included the caption, “R.I.P. Sammy. You were the best puppy ever,” and added several sad emoticons.