Uh oh! An incriminating picture hit the internet on Oct. 7 of Justin lighting up a suspicious-looking substance. Has the singer gotten himself into hot water yet again? And is that Ariana Grande sitting next to him!?
Justin Bieber may need to start confiscating everyone’s phones when he goes out to parties! A new picture is making waves of the Biebs holding, and possibly lighting, a funny-looking cigarette while sitting next to a girl who looks a lot like Ariana Grande.
Justin Bieber Caught Smoking
In the picture, which was posted on Instagram on Oct. 7, Justin is holding what appears to be a long joint. Wearing a black beater and a black backwards hat, the Biebs seems to be in the midst of lighting the cigarillo. The date the picture was taken has not been confirmed.
The pic definitely doesn’t look good for JB, because what he’s holding is clearly not just a cigarette, and more often than not what’s in those types of “joints” is not tobacco.
What’s just as shocking though is who he may have been partying with! The girl sitting next to Justin looks just like Ariana, who Justin has flirted with before, a fact that has Beliebers and fans of Ariana freaking out. However, sources close to the singers say that the girl is NOT Ariana, according to TMZ.
HollywoodLife.com has reached out to Justin’s reps about the photo.
Justin Bieber: Not His First Smoking Incident
As we all know, this is not the first time that Justin has gotten into trouble for incriminating smoking pictures. On Jan. 2, 2013, Justin was snapped smoking what appeared to be marijuana in a hotel room in Newport Beach, Calif.
Justin never commented on the pictures, only vaguely admitting to the mistake on Saturday Night Live in February, saying, “I also heard he got busted for smoking weed and he’s really sorry about it and people make mistakes and he’s never gonna do it again.”
Well, he may have done it again! After a wild start to his year, things had quieted down for Justin. But with this new picture hitting the internet, Justin may be in for yet another controversy.
— Andrew Gruttadaro