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Justin Bieber Still Won't Take Sides In Lil Wayne/Scooter Braun Drama

Singer remains neutral in feud between his manager and YMCMB rapper

By Maurice Bobb

Spread love, it’s the Justin Bieber way.

In the wake of the scathing comments Lil Wayne directed toward Bieber's longtime manager, Scooter Braun, the "Boyfriend" singer chose to remain neutral, shouting out both men after leaving the Rainbow Bar and Grill on the Sunset Strip Tuesday night.

In the TMZ video, the singer can be seen taking pictures with a throng of female fans through the rear window of a black SUV. When security puts an end to the impromptu selfie session, the gossip site’s photographer asks Bieber about Tunechi’s vitriolic comments.

Bieber rolled up his window, but quickly rolled it back down to reply.

“Love you, Scooter. Love you, Wayne,” he said.

Earlier this week, Weezy released an expletive-filled video admonishing Braun in favor of his artist, Lil’ Twist, who was reportedly kicked out of his pal Bieber's Calabasas, California, home last year amid a flurry of run-ins with the law.

“I heard this bitchass n—a Scooter talkin’ sh– about my little brother,” Wayne said, referring to Twist. “N—a this my motherf–kin’ brother, anything you got to say, when you see me say it to my motherf–kin’ face. And if you do happen to say it to my motherf—in’ face, I ain’t gonna make you eat them words n—a, I’ma put them bitches on your tombstone.”

Then, for added effect, he added, “F–k you Scooter!”

No further comment has been made by Wayne, but Bieber did post a stitched picture on Instagram of he and Scooter hugging side-by-side with the caption, “All Love,” on the same day his manager was threatened by the Carter V MC.