Justin Bieber, who was on tour in Colombia, showed his support to Chris Brown as the "Fine China" singer recently checked into rehab for anger management following an arrest. According to a report from El Tiempo, the "Baby" singer was seen on Wednesday night, October 30, drawing graffiti art on the wall in Bogota.
Bieber reportedly was accompanied by his bodyguards and a police car. He spray-painted the words "Free Breezy" in red on large pink arrow image. He also made a tribute to his pet hamster, writing, "RIP Pac," on the wall. Bieber talked about the night outing on Instagram. Sharing a photo of his hand covered in paint, Bieber captioned the photo, "I found a new hobby."
Officials have no problem with people drawing graffiti. As quoted by the news outlet, Police Director Rodolfo Palomino addressed the topic as saying, "We have to evolve. Graffiti is an expression of a feeling, motivation."
Earlier this week, Brown was arrested for allegedly punching a man outside W hotel in Washington D.C. Two days later, he expressed his hope to be a better person by enrolling in a rehab stint for anger issue. The Grammy-winning singer, who is on probation for assaulting his then-girlfriend Rihanna, reportedly thought that checking into rehab would help him avoid his probation revoked.
A recent TMZ report, however, claimed that the rehab was "too little, too late." L.A. County Probation Dept. is investigating the case and they have interviewed Brown before he entered rehab. A source close to the situation said, "Probation is gunning for this guy. They're embarrassed by what he's done over the last 2 years and they've had it." If the probation is revoked, Brown will face up to 4 years in jail.