Justin Bieber has a ball in Brazil

David Buchan/Getty ImagesFans pay tribute to actor Paul Walker at crash site on December 1

David Buchan/Getty ImagesFans pay tribute to actor Paul Walker at crash site on December 1

Despite his best efforts to confiscate cellphones from people he parties with, Justin Bieber showed up on video, asleep in bed as a Brazilian brunette babe blows a kiss to him.

According to TMZ, the Bieber camp insists she is not a hooker, even though the pop star reportedly went to an upscale brothel in Brazil last week. (A source told the New York Daily News the visit was a mistake, and Bieber believed it was a “private members” club.)

Bieber’s trip to South America has been eventful. He got pelted with a water bottle onstage in São Paulo, was busted for graffiti in Rio de Janeiro, and allegedly hit the whorehouse — er, club. It’s all in a day’s twerk.FeaturesGossipJustin Bieber

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