After a downright terrible month that included a highly publicized egg raid, an arrest in Miami under suspicion of DUI and being detained by Toronto police on assault charges, there seemed to be only one way for Justin Bieber to deal with it all: by making music.
And that's exactly what he did Tuesday night, hours after NBC reported that Bieber and his father, Jeremy, were "extremely abusive" to a flight attendant in New Jersey after his plane was searched for marijuana. T-Pain shared a photo of he and the Believe singer in the studio together (and, later, one of them messing around in an arcade).
On Wednesday (February 5), Bieber confirmed the collaboration by tweeting, "Good creating with @TPAIN last night. Be creative."
Justin has yet to respond to NBC's report head-on -- or any of his recent legal drama, for that matter. Rather, it seems the "Boyfriend" singer is trying to keep it "positive."
"Back in my second home. Good to be back. Focused on building up positive energy," he tweeted on Wednesday (February 5).
On top of hitting the studio, Bieber has also been getting back to his oh-so-Canadian passion of hockey. On Tuesday, he practiced with the Atlanta Knights, a team in Marietta, Georgia, that he reportedly played for four seasons ago.
He also shared two photos from his Pencils of Promise, a group that builds schools in third-world countries. "Together we can change the world," he wrote with a picture of him and a young boy playing basketball, while he encouraged his fans to "always give back" in another.