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Justin and Hailey Bieber coordinate in brightly colored sweatshirts at Nobu

They recently got back from a Turks and Caicos vacation over the weekend. 

And on Monday Justin and Hailey Bieber were back to their Los Angeles ways as they stylishly stepped out for lunch at celeb hotspot Nobu in Malibu. 

The it couple looked laidback in bright colored sweatshirts as they enjoyed sushi with an ocean view following the release of his new album Justice. 

Lunch date: Justin and Hailey Bieber step out for a lunch date at Nobu as they rock stylish colorful sweatshirts following their return from a romantic  weekend in Turks and Caicos 

The Peaches singer broke out one of his many tie dye hoodies from his Drew House clothing line, with a pair of more subtle grey joggers. 

He added some more color to his look in the form of green and pink New Balance sneakers with a lilac face covering. 

His model wife strolled ahead of him in a zip up pullover that was brown with pink accents, showing off her tan legs in matching pink bike shorts.  

Though they have no shortage of famous friends, the married couple celebrated the release of Justin’s sixth album Justice last Friday with an island getaway to Turks and Caicos. 

Justice: He released his sixth album Justice on Friday which was met with equal parts acclaim and criticism

Justice: He released his sixth album Justice on Friday which was met with equal parts acclaim and criticism 

Though the album has become a fan-favorite — securing the top 10 spots on Spotify’s Global Song Debuts over the weekend and over a billion streams —  many accused Bieber of performance activism after he used multiple samplings from Dr. Martin Luther King’s civil rights speeches. 

He had told Vogue last week that the album’s name was a way to continue to bring awareness to the current social and political climate calling it ‘very timely and very necessary,’ also directly addressing the Black Lives Matter movement in his tracks.   

‘I named it Justice because there’s so much injustice in this world and there has been since the beginning of time,’ he said, before elaborating on his choice to include a two-minute MLK interlude. 

Stylish pair: The couple celebrated the release of his album over the weekend with a vacation, but were back to their LA ways on Monday as they stepped out with security for sushi in Malibu

Stylish pair: The couple celebrated the release of his album over the weekend with a vacation, but were back to their LA ways on Monday as they stepped out with security for sushi in Malibu

‘What I wanted to do with this was amplify [Dr.] Martin Luther King Jr’s voice to this generation…I think his message was that a lot of people can be afraid to stand up for what is right, but if you’re not standing up for justice — for what is right — what are you doing with your life?,’ he shared.

The Baby singer had also announced that he would be supporting a number of organizations that ’embody what justice looks like in action,’ including The King’s Center — a nonprofit founded by King’s family. 

His daughter Bernice who is also the organization’s CEO tweeted in support of his venture along with Chance The Rapper, Akon, and longtime manager Scooter Braun amid the backlash. 

‘Each of us, including artists and entertainers, can do something. Thank you @justinbieber for your support, in honor of #Justice, of the @TheKingCenter’s work, and of our #BeLove campaign, which is a part of our global movement for justice,’ Bernice wrote.   

Raising awareness: The Peaches singer told Vogue last week 'What I wanted to do with this was amplify [Dr.] Martin Luther King Jr's voice to this generation...,' as he spoke about using samplings from his speeches; March 16

Raising awareness: The Peaches singer told Vogue last week ‘What I wanted to do with this was amplify [Dr.] Martin Luther King Jr’s voice to this generation…,’ as he spoke about using samplings from his speeches; March 16

In support: MLK's daughter Bernice seemed to tweet in support of his album and pledge to support many organizations that 'embody justice in action' including The King's Center

In support: MLK’s daughter Bernice seemed to tweet in support of his album and pledge to support many organizations that ’embody justice in action’ including The King’s Center

Despite seeming to get the seal of approval from MLK’s closest kin, many were confused about  how he could go from singing about change in some tracks, just to move on to lovey dovey tributes to Hailey.   

Justin seemed to try and offer some guidance on the album’s various themes while talking to Vogue.  

‘It was important for me to not only talk about the lovey-dovey stuff but to also talk about some of the struggles [and think about] what people are going through at this time,’ he said.  

Young love: Hailey spoke to Elle about getting married to the singer when they were 'insanely young' sharing they felt they had 'both lived enough life to know that's what [they] wanted'; pictured March 16

Young love: Hailey spoke to Elle about getting married to the singer when they were ‘insanely young’ sharing they felt they had ‘both lived enough life to know that’s what [they] wanted’; pictured March 16

Album controversy: Many fans were confused about how he could go from singing about change in some tracks, just to move on to lovey dovey tributes to Hailey.

Album controversy: Many fans were confused about how he could go from singing about change in some tracks, just to move on to lovey dovey tributes to Hailey.

Hailey has been there for support amid the ups and downs of his career,  also reflecting on her marriage to Justin in a recent interview with Elle

She confessed that although they got married when they were ‘insanely young’ they had ‘both lived enough life to know that’s what [they] wanted.’ 

The model was also there to introduce him at the Kid’s Choice Awards where he snagged two orange blimps, as she said in an interview ‘to be here and be married and do it together is really fun.’ 

Balance: Speaking about the mix of inspirational tunes commanding change and tributes to Hailey on his new album, he told Vogue: 'It was important for me to not only talk about the lovey-dovey stuff but to also talk about some of the struggles'

Balance: Speaking about the mix of inspirational tunes commanding change and tributes to Hailey on his new album, he told Vogue: ‘It was important for me to not only talk about the lovey-dovey stuff but to also talk about some of the struggles’ 




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