Justin Bieber Sports a ‘Not Shane Bieber’ Jersey While Riding a Motorcycle: See the Epic Pic

2019-08-29T08:36:09+00:00August 29th, 2019|News|

Wednesday morning (Aug. 28) found Justin Bieber having a bit of fun on Twitter.

Bieber shared a photo of himself tooling around on a motorcycle wearing a black jersey with a literal inside baseball joke on it. “Not Shane Bieber,” read the script across JB’s shoulders, a reference to the recent mix-up in which a baseball card for Cleveland Indians pitcher Shane Bieber mistakenly identified him as “Justin.” (No, they are not related.)

No. 57 also had fun with the confusion on Saturday (Aug. 25) during Player’s Weekend — where ballers were allowed to wear jerseys with their nicknames on them — by busting out a black jersey that read “Not Justin.”

Meanwhile, it’s been nearly four years since Bieber released a new album. And while it’s unclear how far along he is on the long-awaited follow-up to 2015’s Purpose, Beliebers got irrationally excited on Wednesday morning (Aug. 28) when the singer sent out a simple three-word tweet that racked up nearly 33,000 likes in one hour.

“Late night studio,” he twrote. With no picture or any futher explanation to accompany the tweet, fans were left to simplay rejoice.

“JUSTIN DREW BIEBER IF YOU DIDN’T COME BACK TO GET YOUR CROWN KING AS YOU SHOULD ITS ON SIGHT !,” one wrote, with another adding, “the actual prince of pop is coming back to save the music industry.” A spokesperson for Bieber could not be reached for comment at press time about what the singer was working on in the studio.

Around the same time, Bieber’s manager, Scooter Braun, retweeted a video of Bieber’s 2010 MTV VMAs debut, when the baby-faces singer sang a medley of “U Smile,” “Baby” and “Somebody to Love.” “@justinbieber just saw this and it made me smile. Taking it back,” Braun wrote.

Bieber has appeared on a series of hit singles over the past two years (“Despacito,” “I’m The One,” “No Brainer”) including the recent Ed Sheeran song “I Don’t Care” and a remix of Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy” after announcing in March that he would be taking a break from music fix some “deep rooted issues.” A month later, he teased at this summer’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival that his long-awaited fifth album was “coming soon.”

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