What Justin Bieber Got Into After Leaving the Church
Pop singer Justin Bieber keeps becoming a better version of himself. He was returning from Church when he accidentally hit a photographer on the knees while driving his pickup truck. The collision occurred when the singer was leaving evening services at The City Church in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
The singer wasn’t driving fast when the collision occurred. According to police, he was driving at “extremely slow speed”. The 57-year-old photographer was admitted into the hospital for “non-life-threatening injuries.”
The singer who recently cancelled the rest of his Purpose World Tour and was not in the mood for photos had dashed into his large truck but as he tried to escape, hits one of the paparazzi. Bieber quickly jumped out of his ride to check on the man who laid on the ground with his equipment in possible pain. The pop singer remained on the scene and attended to the photographer. He cooperated with the officers and was released.
“Is there anything we can do to help you?” he asked.
Sergeant Matthew Stout of the Beverly Hills Police Department said in a statement:
“At 9:24 local time we received a radio call about a vehicle-pedestrian collision on Hamilton Drive.”
The LA-based photographer who has been identified as Maurice Lamont has also spoken from his hospital bed describing Justin Bieber as a “good kid”.
“An hour before my birthday hits I get ran over by Justin Bieber. Isn’t that something? He’s a good kid though,” he said.
Justin Bieber Cancels Purpose World Tour To Focus On His Faith
The minor accident comes after the singer cancelled the rest of his Purpose World Tour to concentrate on his faith.
Justin Bieber‘s desire to be closer to God has seen him grow particularly close to pastor Carl Lentz, with sources reportedly claiming that the singing sensation now views the hunky priest as a second father, Daily Mail reports.
“I’m sorry for anyone who feels, like, disappointed or betrayed, it’s not in my heart,” he said