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Justin Bieber joyfully greets fans in Miami while showing off his classy side with a glass of wine 

Bottoms up!

Justin Bieber, 27, was spotted in a great mood (and with a glass of white wine in hand) as he stopped to meet with some fans outside of his hotel in Miami, Florida this week.

Bieber has faced some social media backlash recently from those accusing him of cultural appropriation for sporting controversial ‘dreadlocks’ while working and playing in the Sunshine State.

Cheers: Justin Bieber, 27, was spotted in a great mood (and with a glass of white wine in hand) as he stopped to meet with some fans outside of his hotel in Miami, Florida this week

Stepping out of his chauffeured ride holding a nearly empty wine glass, the pop star exuberantly threw his arms out to go and greet some fans waiting outside his hotel.

Justin had his skateboard with him and cruised on the sidewalk in pinstripe basketball shorts, tall orange socks, Nike sneakers and a large black T-shirt.

Smiling from ear to ear, The Biebs appeared to be in great spirits. 

His controversial current hair do, dreadlocks, was covered up with a brown baseball cap.

A mood: Stepping out of his chauffeured ride holding a nearly empty wine glass, the pop star exuberantly threw his arms out to go and greet some fans waiting outside his hotel

A mood: Stepping out of his chauffeured ride holding a nearly empty wine glass, the pop star exuberantly threw his arms out to go and greet some fans waiting outside his hotel

Backlash: His controversial current hair do, dreadlocks, was covered up with a brown baseball cap

Backlash: His controversial current hair do, dreadlocks, was covered up with a brown baseball cap

Despite the pandemic, Justin was not wearing a protective facemask and, as of this week in Florida, he no longer has to.

Governor Ron DeSantis made the questionable choice to suspend all COVID-19 related restrictions in the pan handle. 

Justin has been staying in Miami recently for both work and play with his wife Hailey Bieber, 24, by his side.

The Sorry performer’s latest hairstyle has been causing flurry of blowback on social media as he is facing a number of claims of cultural appropriation.

Tone deaf: The Sorry performer's latest hairstyle, dreadlocks, have been causing flurry of blowback on social media as he is facing a number of claims of cultural appropriation

Tone deaf: The Sorry performer’s latest hairstyle, dreadlocks, have been causing flurry of blowback on social media as he is facing a number of claims of cultural appropriation

The controversy comes due to the connection between dreadlocks and Black identity and culture, with many social media users calling out the white artist after he was involved in a similar scandal in 2016.

‘Just saw Justin Bieber’s story…. my guy, are you f***ing serious??’ one user wrote. ‘He learned absolutely nothing, when it comes to cultural appropriation huh? The way his hair is gonna fall out even more. He better shave it all of when he’s done with it.’

Another user said, ‘Justin Bieber getting dreadlocks after this year of him publicly processing his relationship to cultural appropriation and racism is…… mush for brain vibes. Would say I can’t believe it but I can :(.’

Meanwhile, Justin has kept busy in Florida shooting a new music video for his collaboration with DJ Khaled titled Let It Go.  

Work and play: Meanwhile, Justin has kept busy in Florida shooting a new music video for his collaboration with DJ Khaled titled Let It Go

Work and play: Meanwhile, Justin has kept busy in Florida shooting a new music video for his collaboration with DJ Khaled titled Let It Go

For the video, JB sported a Toronto Maples Leafs jersey with ‘Gilmour’ across the back, a nod to 80s/90s hockey vet Dave Gilmour – as well as Adam Sandler’s golf comedy Happy Gilmore.

The upcoming video will be a nice treat for fans, who recently received the news that Bieber postponed his upcoming tour – again.

The summer gigs were slated to begin on June 2 at Pechanga Arena in San Diego, before making its way around the United States and Canada, and concluding on August 15 at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, according to Showbiz 411.

All of the dates for the pop superstar’s so-called comeback tour have been pushed back to 2022, with an official announcement expected to come soon from Team Bieber.

The delay in announcing new dates is likely due to challenges in rescheduling the dates; a plethora of COVID-postponed tours have meant that most major venues are almost fully booked well into 2022, it was claimed.

Throwback: For the video, JB sported a Toronto Maples Leafs jersey with 'Gilmour' across the back, a nod to 80s/90s hockey vet Dave Gilmour - as well as Adam Sandler's golf comedy Happy Gilmore

Throwback: For the video, JB sported a Toronto Maples Leafs jersey with ‘Gilmour’ across the back, a nod to 80s/90s hockey vet Dave Gilmour – as well as Adam Sandler’s golf comedy Happy Gilmore


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