Justin Bieber is spreading a message while also perfecting his skill with a paint can.
The singer, who was spotted practicing his street art technique in Colombia, gave his musician pal (and fellow graffiti artist) Chris Brown a shout out on the wall. Inside of a pink arrow on the wall, Biebs spray-painted the words "Free Breezy" in red, referring to the 24-year-old singer checking into rehab for anger management on Tuesday, Oct. 29.
Bieber's tagging adventure included R&B singer Khalil. The former Def Jam artist Instagrammed a picture of "Me & Bizzle trying something new" which, amusingly, shows a police car—flashing lights on—just around the corner.
An article on Bieber's street art in El Tiempo states that Police Director Rodolfo Palomino addressed the issue and said, "We have to evolve. Graffiti is an expression of a feeling, motivation."
J.B., who was in South America for his Believe Tour, also spray painted "RIP PAC," a tribute to his pet hamster he named in the late rapper's honor.
"[L]ong night last night. good times. off to another show," he tweeted earlier today. Bieber's scheduled to perform a concert in Ecuador tonight.