In case you wondered what Justin Bieber has been doing lately, you should know that the singer is now trying to show everyone how much he loves his mother.
Justin Bieber has got himself involved in numerous scandals lately, but it seems that the young star has the support of his mom in everything he does. Recently, the singer posted a message for his mother, Pattie Mallette, on his Twitter.
“@justinbieber: i love my mama @pattiemallette,” the star tweeted. His mother responded to the massage saying: “Awwww 🙂 I love u too. Xoxoxo.”
19 year old Justin Bieber has managed to create a lot of headlines with his behavior and even the First Lady was recently asked about him. Michelle Obama talked about Bieber in an interview with Univision Radio host Enrique Santos.
Michelle Obama claimed that in her opinion what Justin Bieber needs is attention and love throughout this hard time for him. “I would be very present in his life right now. And I would be probably with him a good chunk of the time, just there to talk, to figure out what’s going on in his head, to figure out who’s in his life and who’s not, you know,” Michele Obama explained.
What has Bieber’s mom to say? Well, it seems that she refuses to talk too much about her son. Pattie Mallette claimed in a previous interview that she just respects his boundaries and lets him make his own decisions.
Meanwhile, Justin Bieber will be questioned in the paparazzo attack case that dates back to June 2013. Even though the star’s lawyers asked for Bieber to not be questioned on this case, it seems that the singer will have to talk after all. The deposition date has not been set yet.
The list of legal problems for Justin Bieber seems to never end. The star was arrested for DUI, resisting arrest and driving without a valid driver’s license, while his friend Lil Za was arrested for possession of drug. Bieber was also taken to the police station in relation with an assault on a limo driver.
Now, Justin Bieber seems to be trying to focus on his music. The star claimed that it is all work for him now.