Justin Bieber is now heading back to LA from Panama. Source told E! News: ‘Justin is doing OK right now. He’s with friends and family. That’s what is most important now, being surrounded by family and his closest friends.
Pattie is being a mom, putting her son’s best interests first, whatever that means at any time. There are things being said all over, but she is with him when he needs her and will always be there for him. She would never do anything to bring harm to him.
Justin Bieber told his manager Scooter Braun and Usher during a weekend meeting in Panama that he wants to take a break from making music and open a tattoo parlor with his dad Jeremy, reports Radar Online.
‘Justin told Scooter and Usher he needs to take a break from making music and touring. He complained that he toured for most of last year and he hasn’t had a chance to catch his breath. Justin wants to take control of his life and not be out on the road in a different city every other night.
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His short term plans include opening a tattoo parlor with his dad. They have talked about it for a very long time. It’s his dream for it to be a very high-end parlor, unlike anything currently out there.
Justin team is concerned that he’ll just sit around and do nothing. Continue to party with his buddies. Everyone respects Justin’s desire for some down time, but too much idle time is when he typically gets in trouble. He needs structure and a routine to keep him out of trouble.’
Justin has now reportedly decided to move out of his home in Calabasas, California. He is leaving his home and is ‘openly talking about’ putting it on the market, a source told TMZ. According to the report, the raid was the ‘last straw’ for Justin after having so many troubles with the neighborhood in the past.
Football star Keyshawn Johnson recently moved out of his home which is nearby Justin: ‘We try to get behind gates so we can enjoy our families and enjoy our lifestyle, but you got a 19-year-old kid feeling entitled speeding up and down the highway.’
The model with him Chantel Jeffries was offering her story about what happened the Miami night of Justin Bieber‘s arrest for $20,000, but now she is denying it: ‘So many false allegations going around, I will clear up everything very soon.. I would never sell my story.’
According to Page Six, none of the outlets would pay her, according to the report, and she ‘abruptly’ stopped conversation on Jan. 26, to spend time with the singer in Panama: ‘Chantel’s attorney and I received multiple appearance requests for Chantel, as you can imagine.
None were for compensation, especially not $20,000. None were accepted. The Today Show was the only one that was being even remotely considered, and they do not pay for their news. As I said, no appearance requests were ever accepted.’