The 'Les Miserables' actor shows his support to Bieber via his Twitter page as the 19-year-old pop star is embroiled in graffiti dispute in Australia.
Russell Crowe says he likes Justin Bieber's graffiti. The "Noah" star backs the Canadian pop star in a Twitter post written on November 28, showing his approval on the singer's street art hobby. "I like Beiber's tagging. Tag on little brother. Tag the world," the post reads.
Bieber, who is currently on tour in Australia, recently made headlines after he spray-painted an external wall of QT Hotel in Surfers Paradise with cartoon characters. The mayor of Gold Coast Tom Tait has said that he wants the graffiti to be removed. He wrote on Twitter, "@justinbieber Glad you had a great time on Australia's #goldcoast. Hope to see you back soon to clean up your mess. Make me a #belieber."
The hotel, however, has no problem with the singer tagging a piece of their property. "He asked, and we said YES," the hotel's management said on the cover of their Facebook page.
The hotel additionally said in a post that they supported graffiti artists' creativity and wanted to provide a place for the best graffiti works. Artists are invited to send photos of something interesting which is related to the Gold Coast to be judged. The chosen artists can spray-paint the images on a place provided by the hotel. The submission should be placed before Christmas.