Justin Bieber Reflects On His 2014 DUI Arrest With An Instagram Post
Justin Bieber is a more matured man now as he reflected on his 2014 detention due to DUI and public misconduct. He reminisced his past with a thoughtful Instagram post on Sunday, April 23.
The "Sorry" singer was arrested in Miami Beach, Florida, in January 2014 on the grounds of driving while under the influence of drugs and with an expired license. In addition, Justin Bieber that time resisted arrest that adds on his charges.
According to US Weekly, the 23-year-old Grammy award winner made side-by-side captioned photos of his mugshot and his latest picture. "I love this because it reminds me I'm not exactly where I want to be but thank God I'm not where I used to be!!," Justin Bieber wrote. "The best is yet to come do you believe it?" he added.
During his previous arrest, Justin Bieber admitted that he's smoking marijuana, drinking alcohol and taking prescribed drugs, law enforcers told the Associated Press. But later on, the medication was revealed to be Xanax.
"I went in, and I'm telling you that 24 hours sucked. It was really cold. That was the worst part about it," Justin Bieber opened up during an interview with Complex.
"It's freezing; it's uncomfortable; there are people in there you just don't want to be around. I had people who were yelling at me. They were saying, 'Bieber! We f--k with you, bro! We love you! Aye! Keep your head up, bro!' It was kind of funny to hear that, especially from cats in jail," he recalled.
Just Bieber was also charged due to a nonindictable offense after he, and a team of pals thrown eggs to his neighbor's house in Calabasas, California. He was then penalized of $80,900 in reparation, recommended for accomplishing two years trial period, 12 weeks of anger management and five days community service.
However, Justin Bieber finally made a successful reappearance in summer 2015 with his single "What Do You Mean?" and a following album "Purpose." Meanwhile, the pop singer is now working on his fifth studio album. He also collaborated with Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee with a hit entitled "Despacito," which was recently released.