Justin Bieber Hangs With His Dad in Miami, Does Graffiti and Goes Skateboarding

Get the latest on the singer's antics

By Brett Malec Jan 23, 2014 12:43 AMTags
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Justin Bieber's Miami antics continue!

After showing off his cigar smoking skills last night, the 19-year-old pop star enjoyed an outing with his dad, Jeremy Bieber, today.

The father-son duo was snapped walking around the beach together. Bieber sported some baggy black shorts, a yellow tank top and a blue flannel with a backwards baseball cap and gold chain for the stroll while Jeremy donned gray pants and a blue T-shirt with sunglasses. The twosome later rented a Segway, which they took for a ride beachside.

But that's not all the Biebs did on his busy day off. The "Boyfriend" singer also hit up local skateboarding store MIA Skate Shop with his BFF Khalil where they picked up some boards. The shop posted a pic of Bieber and Khalil in the shop on their Instagram, writing, "We had a couple visitors down at #MIASkateShop #SouthBeach. @justinbieber & @khalil @3dskateboards @thehundreds #miami."

The two then visited Lil Wayne's Miami skate park to show off their skating skills. Bieber posted a few videos of himself doing tricks in the skate park. He also shared on Instagram, "shoutout to lil wayne for showin love and opening up his park for us."

Bieber also enjoyed some time doing his favorite pastime: spray-painting graffiti art! He shared a photo of him tagging a wall of the skate park with his initials.

Bieber's has been having quite the time in Miami after visiting Aspen over the past weekend. On Monday, Bieber enjoyed a night out in Miami with pals and some new lady friends. The group hit Mansion nightclub before heading to King of Diamonds strip club.

During their night out Monday, Bieber and his friends received an escort from two Opa-Locka PD cruisers. The VIP police escort is currently under investigation by the Florida cops to determine if the officers who did the escort were in compliance with regular police standards.

—Reporting by Lindsay Good and Kaitlyn Durocher