Justin Bieber


Justin Bieber's car had an unwelcome love tap while cruising Los Angeles today.

The singer, who was with Sean Kingston, was allegedly rear-ended by paparazzi while driving his red Ferrari in West Hollywood earlier this afternoon, after he saw the paparazzo following him in a Prius. No one was injured, but Bieber took to Twitter to vent his frustrations with the shutterbugs' reported reckless moves on the road.

"There should be laws against what I just experienced. We should have learned from the death of Princess Diana...," he began. "...I don't have a problem with Paparazzi but when they act recklessly they put us all in danger."

The unfortunate incident comes a day after a rumored reunion with ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez.

Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Instagram


Fans took to Twitter to share photos of what looks to be a Jelena encounter at Dave & Buster's in Hollywood last night, including pictures of Gomez posing with a fan at the restaurant, showing that her outfit matched the wardrobe seen in other snapshots with Bieber.

Neither of the stars mentioned anything on their respective social media websites about hanging out with their ex at the time, but Selena did post a funny car dance video to Sia's "Chandelier" and challenged Chrissy Teigen to a dance-off. Bieber was probably too busy making sure there wasn't another legal mess taking place.

Officers went to D&B's after a report that someone from Bieber's security team may have taken the cellphone of a person who attempted to record footage of the singer. But it turns out that was not true, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.

"There's been no theft, no scuffle and no crime occurred," Officer Sara Faden told Los Angeles Times.

However, today, it seems as though the Biebs was trying to respond to reconciliation rumors by posting a selfie of Gomez on his Instagram. So are they back on or what?!

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