Justin Bieber Reflects On His Troublesome DUI Arrest: ‘The Best Is Yet To Come’

On a Sunday Instagram post, Justin Bieber astounded fans with his contemplative standing about the DUI occurrence he’s concerned with in 2014. Apparently, the uneasy cocktail luminary has been cordial in some ways a few years of being controversial.

A social media post antiquated on Apr 23 done many fans grin as the “Sorry” hitmaker posted two photos of him, clearly comparing how he’s turn better as time goes by. On the left side, which was labeled with “Then,” was his DUI mugshot in 2014 after he was arrested by police in Miami. Allegedly, Bieber has used his yellow Lamborghini for drag racing.

Meanwhile, the right side is a black and white stream photo of him simply smiling. The photo was labeled “Now.” However, what held the many courtesy is the heading that goes with it.

“I LOVE THIS since it reminds me IM NOT EXACTLY WHERE we WANT TO BE BUT THANK GOD IM NOT WHERE we USED TO BE!!” The 23-year-old Grammy leader pronounced in his caption. “THE BEST IS YET TO COME DO YOU BELIEVE IT?”

The “Baby” hitmaker, who was charged with DUI some-more than once, has been controversial since of his heavy act. A few years ago, he certified to celebration alcohol, pushing with an lapsed license, facing the officers, smoking marijuana, and holding Xanax.

Later on, the “One Time” thespian non-stop up about his jail experience, observant that it was “freezing” and “uncomfortable.” He also pronounced that it is full of people that no one wants to be with. However, after his arrest, he was still concerned in wrong acts such as throwing eggs at his neighbor’s home.

Nevertheless, Bieber has done a successful return in 2015 wherein he expelled a strain entitled “What Do You Mean?” With his little but auspicious changes, the thespian has been appreciated solemnly by his fans. As of now, he is recording his fifth album, as US News reported.

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