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Justin Bieber refuses to board jet, chooses to stay in Miami

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Justin Bieber apparently does what he wants. The singer's attitude isn't changing anytime soon. He refused to board a private jet after his release from a Miami jail on Thursday, according to a Daily News report on Jan. 24.

Bieber plans to stay in Miami with his father and his friends. He wants "to take the next few days off" at an undisclosed location, a source told the Daily News.

The funny thing is that Bieber has been on break throughout his shenanigans. The singer is currently taking a break from making music and touring. Instead, he's been throwing eggs at neighbor's California houses, peeing in the Colorado snow and drag racing on the Miami streets.

Rumor has it that Bieber is avoiding facing his manager Scooter Braun. His manager is reportedly pushing Bieber to go to rehab and get his life back on track, according to sources close to the star.

A source told the Daily News, "Scooter and the team have been encouraging him to go to rehab but he's denied there's any issue."

Instead of seeking help for his problems, Justin Bieber would rather hang out at his Miami beach house. He was reportedly seen drinking alcohol and spending time with his father, Jeremy Bieber.

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