Partners In Crime - Justin Bieber & Chris Brown Reunite In Studio For New Collaboration?
Justin Bieber and Chris Brown appear to be collaborating on a new track together. Bieber uploaded a picture of himself with Brown on to Instagram hinting that they may be working together.
Justin Bieber and Chris Brown have reunited and appear to have recorded a track together as Bieber hinted on his Instagram. The 20-year-old posted two pictures of himself with Chris Brown and an entourage on Saturday (14th June) and yesterday (16th).
Justin Bieber and Chris Brown appear to be teaming up for a duet again.
One picture was of Bieber and Brown together and the 'Baby' singer had captioned it: "Studio, me and CB did one for the fans." Another showed Bieber and Brown standing next to each other in the studio surrounded by posing members of their entourage. The latter was simply captioned "studio".
Brown and Bieber have previously collaborated on a track together. In 2011 Bieber was featured on 25-year-old Brown's 'Next To You' track for his album F.A.M.E. They now appear to be teaming up again but no details have been released as yet.
The pair may also be bonding over their past criminal experiences. Bieber was arrested for a DUI back in January and, according to the LA Times, was reportedly smoking marijuana although his blood alcohol levels were below the legal limit for Florida where the arrest was made. He was also reported to have snatched a woman's mobile phone in May as she had recorded him without his permission. Bieber is also rumoured to be cited in a complaint by his former neighbours who claim the singer threw eggs at their house in January.
Bieber pleaded guilty to the DUI charges and will pay a fine and go to classes for anger management. The charges relating to the phone incident were dropped by a L.A. judge on Monday (16th June). Meanwhile, Brown has recently been released from prison owing to his parole violation after numerous complaints were filed to police concerning his violent behaviour. He was released on 2nd June after serving 108 days of his 131 day sentence.