Millions of Beliebers can rest assured that their icon is back to making music, and, hopefully, staying out of trouble. Following Justin Bieber's Miami arrest in January for drag racing and a DUI, the 19-year-old pop sensation wants his fans to know that he's on the straight and narrow.
"Dance rehearsal. Guitar practice. Workouts. Voice strengthening. Studio writing sessions. Always working to get better. Work hard. Be great," Bieber tweeted on Feb. 19.
The Grammy nominee, who has nearly 50 million Twitter followers, has received an outpouring of love from his loyal fan base, and took the time to acknowledge them in another tweet.
"I see all your comments. Keep strong. Be the best that you can be. Much love," he wrote.
And it seems like the troubled teen is looking to mend his tense relationship with his mother, Pattie Mallette.
A source told Us Weekly in the Feb. 10 issue that the inspirational writer Mallette, 37, is frustrated by her son's behavior, but still hopes to help him.
"Now she's telling him he has to fix his attitude and own up to his mistakes," the source revealed.
And the "Boyfriend" singer also took some time to reach out to his mom, tweeting, "i love my mama @pattiemallette."
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