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Justin Bieber Just Visited A California State Prison To Spread The Word of God To Its Inmates

Justin Bieber Just Visited A California State Prison To Spread The Word of God To Its Inmates

Source - Justin Bieber is back in L.A. after a break in the islands, and one of his first orders of business is telling prisoners about the big man upstairs. The singer's RV was spotted Tuesday pulling into the California State Prison of L.A. County -- which prompted the question ... what the heck is he doing there, especially on the heels of his Turks and Caicos weekend getaway with the missus? 

The answer, according to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, is quite simple -- the Biebs was there to spread the good word.

A rep for the CDCR tells TMZ the warden of the state prison signed off on a brief visit for him and his pastor to support faith-based programs. We're told COVID protocols were followed to a T, and it all went smoothly.

Oh my god. (No pun intended.) I'm usually a fan of everything JB does, but this one is tough to defend. As a twenty-seven year old kid who's been around the block, he's got to know better. He's got to know how ridiculous it looks showing up to a prison full of adult men, most of whom are serving long sentences, and telling them to believe in god as if that's something they haven't already considered. That's usually the first order of business when you go to prison, right? Aside from the cavity check it's finding god. At least that's what they did in Shawshank. 

I guess it could be cool if he played some songs, but even then I don't think the inmates would appreciate his musical genius. Something tells me "Peaches" isn't a big hit behind bars. Oh well. Who knows maybe he did some good? As long as he keeps making music that's all that matters. Speaking of Peaches, take it away JB...

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