Justin Bieber Breaks His Silence Post-Egging Incident
He made headlines earlier this week after police raided his house in LA, and Justin Bieber finally broke his silence today (January 16).
Although he didn't make comments about egging his neighbors house, the "Boyfriend" hitmaker took to his Twitter account and decided to spend some time reflecting on his past.
"7 years. #alwayskidrauhl," Justin tweeted in reference to his mother Pattie Mallette posting a video of him at a singing contest on YouTube under username kidrauhl, which helped him get discovered by longtime manager Scooter Braun in 2007.
Also making his return to the social media site, Scooter wrote, "Been one hell of a week." and went on to add, "Life is ups and downs. Enjoy the ride and realize it was not the destination but the journey itself that was and is the adventure."
As previously reported by GossipCenter, police were called to Justin's home after he was accused of egging his neighbor's house, which reportedly resulted in $200,000 in damages. LAPD searched for egg-related evident in connection to the investigation but ended up arresting his friend Lil Za for felony drug possession.
Since he was released, Lil Za has already taken his thoughts to Twitter and stated, "The media is making me someone I'm not."