Justin Bieber believes “god is with us all”.
The 19-year-old singer posted a Twitter message on Friday which seems to have alluded to his DUI arrest in Miami.
And the star made it clear in his first tweet since Thursday’s incarceration that his fans, lovingly dubbed ‘beliebers’, are of the utmost importance in his life.
“YOU ARE ALL WORTHY NO MATTER WHAT ANYONE SAYS >> BE STRONG GOD IS WITH US ALL> MY BELIEBERS CHANGED MY LIFE> I WILL FOREVER BE GRATEFUL (sic),” the teenager wrote to his nearly 50 million followers on the micro-blogging site.
This is the second internet post Justin has published to his fans since being released from jail on Thursday afternoon.
Earlier on Friday the star took to his Instagram page to post a picture of himself waving to fans from the top of his car after his release.
But alongside it he posted an image of Michael Jackson waving to his fans after he was found not guilty of child molestation charges back in January 2004, also from the top of a car.
Justin accompanied the pictures with the comment, ‘What more can they say?,’ along with an emoji of a crown.
He has been officially charged with resisting arrest without violence, driving on an expired licence and driving under the influence.
And according to proclaimed family friend Cory Bernier, all of the singer’s close relatives are concerned about his welfare.
Cory, who Justin allegedly calls ‘uncle’ to this day, believes the singer’s father Jeremy Bieber is a horrible influence.
“Justin has a very good heart but his judgment is being clouded by drugs and alcohol and a lot of it is to impress his dad,” Cory told British newspaper The Mirror.
“The family is concerned about Justin but they don’t believe he has a problem. He walks around without a shirt on but that’s just ego – and that’s his dad’s ego too.”