Lately Justin Bieber has been all over the headlines…However, not for the typical Selena drama or even his record breaking Believe album. Instead, the attention has been on his new “bad boy” persona. The pop star has been stirring up controversy left and right. It started with leaked pictures of him smoking weed and a pic of him groping a fan. Early this week there were reports of him “sipping syrup” with some new friends.

We just came across a brand new record that features America’s favorite pop star rapping! Detroit’s own Maejor Ali (formally known as Bei Maejor) produced the “Lolly” record, pairing up with Biebs & “Bands A Make Her Dance” rapper Juicy J. As bieber sways away from his typically pop vibe, he raps about “bein a real OG” and “your girlfriend at my crib watchin Netflix.” Although Biebers lyrics are tame compared to Maejor Ali & Juicy J’s…They’re a far stretch from his typical Boy-next-door lyrics.

So i’m wondering a few things…Is Bieber sick of being the innocent young boy that melts every teenage girls heart? Is the bad boy image something he’s doing on purpose? Or is he just going down the wrong path and/or trying new things…Whatever it may be, his family, friends and record label are concerned about the recent changes in his life! JB’s mom was even quoted saying that he needs Selena back in his life, and believes she will steer him in the right direction. I guess you can form your own opinions and check out the song below!


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