What a couple of cuties! Justin, 19, showed his softer side on Instagram by posting videos on Sept. 15 of him playing with his adorable little brother Jaxon, 3. The cutest one was of him teaching his sweet brother how to swim!
It’s common to see Justin Bieber performing shirtless and being spotted shirtless outside of clubs — and shirtless inside of clubs too — but it’s now official. The cutest way we’ve seen him shirtless is when he’s playing with his little brother in the pool!
Justin Bieber & Brother Jaxon Bieber Play In The Pool
Talk about brotherly love! Justin posted five videos on Sept. 15 where he’s playing with half-brother Jaxon — and even gives him a swimming lesson in one! In the video, captioned “Me and jaxon swimming today,” Justin swims to one side of a jacuzzi and holds his arms out for Jaxon to paddle into. What a good older brother!
Justin is at home on a six week break in between legs of his Believe tour, and it looks like he’s using it to spend time with his sweet family — aww!
In another video, captioned “Jaxon drinking through chicken,” Justin films Jaxon drinking out of a McDonalds cup with a straw in it — that’s poked through a chicken nugget! Looks like Justin is adorably sweet and silly with his brother. Is he practicing for a family of his own one day?
Justin Bieber: Busy With His Career But Wants A Family
Playing with Jaxon comes so naturally to Justin, and the heartthrob is getting good practice for his own family one day. “I can’t wait to have a beautiful wife and little kids running around,” Justin has revealed to In Touch magazine.
But he’s got quite the busy schedule with his tour — and is in Maejor Ali’s new music video for “Lolly” with Juicy J.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Do you think that Justin will be a good dad one day based on how he treats Jaxon?
— Ivy Jacobson
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