Justin Bieber may have been channeling his inner Cheech and Chong. While on a promotional tour in Amsterdam for his new song "What Do You Mean" and coming album, the Canadian singer was photographed at one of the city's many "coffee shops," where marijuana is sold legally.
TMZ reports Bieber and DJ Martin Garrix went to the Greenhouse Coffee Shop, which is known to sell different types of marijuana. Some of the types listed New York Diesel, Train Wreck, Super Silver Haze, El Nino and Amnesia Haze. It's unknown if Bieber actually bought or smoked anything.
Photos of Bieber at the store can be seen HERE.
Bieber has been in and out of trouble over the past couple of years. In June, he was found guilty of assault and careless driving for an incident from August 2014 arrested after his ATV collided with a minivan near Stratford, Ontario, according to CNN. Bieber had to pay a fine over $600.
The "Boyfriend" singer was also charged with vandalism in January 2014 for throwing eggs at his neighbor's home in Calabasas, California. He found trouble again later in January after being arrested for a DUI in Miami.
After his 2014 arrests, 2015 has been an emotional year for Bieber, who took the occasion of his Comedy Central Roast to apologize for some of his actions and, most recently, cried on stage after a performance at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards.
Recently, Bieber has been busy working on his music comeback. On Aug. 28, the pop singer released a new song called "What Do You Mean?" The song is the first single off his coming fourth full-length album, which is expected to be released on Nov. 13, according to Billboard. "What Do You Mean?" went on to reach No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The last time Bieber released an album was on Dec. 23, 2013, when he dropped “Journals,” which was a compilation album released digitally. "Believe" was the last studio album he put out, which dropped on June 15, 2012. "Believe" featured his hits "Boyfriend," "As Long As You Love Me" and "Beauty and a Beat."
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