Chris Brown And Justin Bieber Try To Forget Legal Woes With Studio Session: "1 For The Fans"
The two stars head to the studio to celebrate resolving several of their legal issues, could a duet be on the way?
Chris Brown and Justin Bieber seem to be wanting to put their legal issues aside and get back to work.
The two stars have sent fans in a frenzy as they appear have partnered together over the weekend to create some new music together.
The 20 year-old pop star shared two photographs on Instagram of himself and Brown inside a studio, which one caption reading, "Studio, me and CB did 1 for the fans."
The pair have collaborated once before around 3 years ago, when Bieber was featured on 'Next To You,' a track from Breezy's 2011 album 'F.A.M.E.'
This could be how the duo are celebrating the 'Baby' singer recently working out a plea deal with prosecutors in his Florida DUI case, or the fact that he will be facing no charges after allegedly attempting to steal a women's cell phone.
On the other hand, Brown also has reason to celebrate as he was released from a Los Angeles County Jail on June 2nd, after spending nearly four months behind bars.
The 'Kiss Kiss' singer implied that he will be heading back to the studio to create new music for his fans via Twitter. "Humbled and Blessed," he tweeted. "Back to the Music and the Fans.Thank you GOD."
Bieber is reportedly trying to put any issues with the law behind him as well, the troubled star was reportedly baptised by Hillsong New York City pastor Carl Lentz earlier this month, and last month he allegedly also "spent a week doing intense Bible study" with the popular pastor. Good luck to both of them.