Justin Bieber Responds to Charges for Tagging Wall in Brazil: Photos


Brazilian Beliebers may not be seeing their favorite pop star any time soon — at a local concert, at least.

Justin Bieber was in Brazil for a leg of his Believe tour when he channeled his inner Banksy and tagged a wall of the former Hotel Nacional in Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday.

Now, after photos of the pop star tagging the abandoned infrastructure appeared on local media, JB has been charged by Brazilian police with “defacing a building or urban monument by graffiti or other means,” BBC reports.

Biebs, who is now in Paraguay for his next Believe stop, took to Instagram on Thursday morning and weighed in on the charges by sharing a few photos of his tagging escapades.

In the first photo, the Canadian singer rebelliously writes, “Who’s gon stop me haaannn.”

In another snapshot, he explains his side of the story along with some 20/20 hindsight. He captions, “Every place I have tagged has been approved I do not suggest tagging private property.. I still suck but i have fun doing it [winking face].”

This graffiti incident wraps up the “Bad Day” singer’s wild weekend in Brazil. During his stay, Justin was pelted with a water bottle during his performance of “Boyfriend,” and was spotted leaving Centauros — a “gentleman’s club” — with two female employees.

On Wednesday a 15-second clip of Justin snoozing  — filmed by a mystery girl in Brazil — was uploaded on YouTube, which currently has over 4 millions views.