"Dear Sweet Beliebers, Please stop telling me my son makes you horny. Its NOT something a mom wants to hear. Love Mom #ThingsYouDontTellMom (sic)." Justin Bieber's mother Pattie Mallette asks her son's dedicated fans to stop sending her provocative messages about the pop idol on Twitter.
Pop star Justin Bieber reportedly received a frosty reception from sports fans when he was booed during a basketball game in Los Angeles on Sunday (11May14).
The Baby hitmaker had treated his mother Pattie Mallette to courtside seats to watch the Los Angeles Clippers play against Oklahoma City Thunder at the Staples Center as America celebrated Mother's Day. The pair was spotted taking a number of 'selfies' on their phones, but when Bieber was caught on the arena's main camera, a chorus of boos erupted around the venue.
A source tells E! News, "The entire placed booed him when Staples Center cameras put him on the jumbotron (large screen)." Sharing a picture of the pair together, Bieber later told fans on Twitter.com, "My mom has taught me how to love, forgive and believe. She is my everything."
Pop superstar Justin Bieber made a surprise visit to an orphanage in Japan on Wednesday (23Apr14). The 20 year old is currently visiting the country with his mother Pattie Mallette, and decided to take time out of his travels to make the unscheduled stop.
Mallette took to Twitter.com to write, "In Japan and JB just randomly decided to show up at an orphanage and surprise some kids. So proud"
Bieber also shared a few short Instagram videos of himself running around with the children, giving out high-fives and even dancing with a young fan.
Later that night, he played an intimate acoustic set at Tokyo's V2 Club.
Bieber's orphanage visit came hours after he was criticised for having his picture taken at Tokyo's controversial Yasukuni Shrine, which honours Japan's war dead, including former military leaders who committed mass atrocities across Asia and the Pacific during World War II.
The backlash prompted the star to delete the image and issue an apology.
He explained: "While in Japan I asked my driver to pull over for which I saw a beautiful shrine (sic). I was mislead to think the Shrines were only a place of prayer (sic). To anyone I have offended I am extremely sorry. I love you China and I love you Japan."
Justin Bieber's mother has urged fans not to condemn the singer for his bad behaviour and asked them to pray for him instead. The teenage pop star was back in the news this month (Jan14) after he was accused of pelting a neighbour's house with eggs, and his rapper friend Lil Za was arrested on suspicion of drug possession following a police raid on the singer's California home.
Bieber's mother, Pattie Mallette, has now spoken out about her son's troubles, insisting the public should not criticise the 19 year old if he appears to be struggling.
In quotes published by Britain's The Sun newspaper, Mallette says, "I think so many people go into the entertainment industry with amazing Christian roots and they go in with the right morals and they get influenced somehow... I ask that people keep me and Justin in their minds. I pray for him every day... If Justin's struggling, don't kick him when he's down or condemn him - pray for him."
The news comes just a day after Bieber reportedly spent a massive $75,000 (£46,875) during a night out at a strip club in Miami, Florida.
"Got mobbed at the mall! Someone stole my favorite light brown sweater (chalaco)! Please bring it to the hotel & give it to security." Justin Bieber's mother Pattie Mallette pleads with fans to return an item of clothing after she was swarmed in a shopping mall.
Justin Bieber's mother is adamant she has no control over her son's bad boy behaviour as he doesn't want her around if she tries to crack down on his antics. The Baby star's legal problems have made him a regular in the headlines over the last few months - he has been accused of spitting in the face of a neighbour who asked him to stop speeding around the California complex in a Ferrari, while police in New York recently launched an investigation over claims his entourage was involved in a nightclub brawl.
The teenager is now living away from his mother, Pattie Mallette, who no longer travels with her son on tour, and she insists she has to give the young star space.
Mallette tries to speak to the 19 year old on the phone as much as possible, but fears they will fall out if she attempts to address his personal problems.
She tells People.com. "When your kids hit a certain age your parenting style changes and it is hard letting go... I've had to let him go a little bit and let him be independent. It is hard to not be able to control everything that your adult child does... I text and call him every day. I definitely want to know everything that he is doing and what he is going through so I try to talk to him as much as he'll let me. I mean, he's on tour and being pulled in a million different directions but we talk as much as he is able...
"A lot of people might think that I have my head in the sand or that I am oblivious to the things my son is doing. I know who my son is and I don't always agree with every single thing that he does but I don't necessarily have to address that with everyone else.
"He's my son and I have to respect he is not going to want me going around being 'that mom' talking about his behaviour."
Justin Bieber's mother has defended the embattled singer over his recent headline-grabbing antics, insisting her son will always "come out on top". The 19-year-old pop star has been in the news for all the wrong reasons lately - on Tuesday (09Jul13), he was reportedly booted out of an Illinois nightclub amid allegations of underage drinking, while his best friend Lil Twist was arrested for driving under the influence on Thursday (11Jun13) while behind the wheel of Bieber's car.
However, the Baby singer's mother Pattie Mallette is adamant her son will learn from his mistakes.
She tells E! News, "My son is not a public figure to me, he is my son. I can't predict what's going to be in the headlines.
"Justin has always been someone who has to do things his way. And I have to be able to believe he will do the right thing and he will come out on top."
The Canadian star also came under fire this week (10Jul13) after footage emerged purportedly showing him relieving himself in a mop bucket in the kitchen of a New York City restaurant.
"It depends what day it is. I can't keep up." Justin Bieber's mother Pattie Mallette has no idea if the teen superstar is back together with his on/off girlfriend Selena Gomez following fresh reports of a reconciliation. The young couple split last year (12), but briefly reunited earlier this year (13).
Justin Bieber's Mother's Day concert in South Africa on Sunday (12May13) ended on a sour note after crooks broke into a safe at Johannesburg's FNB Stadium and made off with over $108,000 (£70,000) in ticket takings. The gang of thieves reportedly broke into a strongroom and took cash from Bieber's show and a Bon Jovi gig on Saturday (11May13).
South African police spokeswoman Katlego Mogale tells the BBC, "We don't know how many people were involved as we are still gathering evidence.
"The suspect had gained entry through the roof."
During his show earlier on Sunday, Bieber invited his mum Pattie Mallette to join him onstage and dedicated hit track One Less Lonely Girl to her.