- Justin Bieber and his pastor visited inmates in an LA prison on Tuesday, 23 March in a religious endeavour
- The Yummy hitmaker stopped by the California State Prison of LA County to support its faith-based programme
- Many social media users praised the superstar for visiting inmates in the California prison and say that he seems legitimately faithful to God
Justin Bieber and his pastor reportedly visited the California State Prison of LA County on Tuesday, 23 March.
The Yummy hitmaker's recreational vehicle was spotted outside the LA jail. The singer and his pastor stopped by the rehabilitation facility to support its faith-based initiative.
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) confirmed the popular musician's visit, according to reports.
TMZ reported that the CDCR did not provide further details of what exactly the 27-year-old superstar and his pastor did during their visit.
Twitter users have shared their views on Justin's prison visit. Check out some of their comments below:
"He’s been pretty consistent for several years."
"I hope he is truly doing it wholeheartedly, not just for publicity."
"He has been into church for a few years now. Seems real."
"Llllloooollllll Whhhaaattt??? Why on earth would he choose prisons? He looks more like he'd be safer choosing high schools."
"Those in prison are most deserving to learn about and receive God's mercy. Jesus said He didn't come for the righteous but the sinners. Good for Justin! Save souls!"
"God bless you, Justin! Thank you for spreading God’s Word."
"Good for him! I hope the incarcerated folks enjoyed his visit."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported recently that music lovers on social media reeled with excitement following the release of Justin Bieber's sixth studio album on Friday, March 19, 2021, which he titled Justice.
More exciting is the fact one of the continent's top musicians, Burna Boy, was featured on one of the songs, Loved by You. The two-minute, 39-second song has Burna Boy, who won a Grammy Award recently, doing what he knows how to do best on the second verse of the song, which is track 14 on the album.
Producer and Burna Boy's regular collaborator LeriQ is also listed as a producer on the record. Well, the song has left quite a lot of music lovers impressed, many of whom have taken to Twitter to shower praises on the self-acclaimed African Giant.
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