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Niall Horan, Justin Bieber and Cody Simpson enjoy 'good times'

Published 21/07/2015

One Direction star Niall Horan, who has been pictured sharing 'good times' with Justin Bieber and Cody Simpson
One Direction star Niall Horan, who has been pictured sharing 'good times' with Justin Bieber and Cody Simpson

One Direction star Niall Horan and Justin Bieber sent fans into frenzy after pictures surfaced of the two singers having fun together.

The pair, who have been friends for a long time, appeared in the images alongside Australian singer Cody Simpson.

Bieber tweeted: "@NiallOfficial @CodySimpson good times boys."

Soon after the news hit the Twittersphere, #NiallHoranOnShots began trending worldwide.

Louis & Niall Update posted from @nouisnewsonline: "You go out with justin once and #NiallHoranOnShots."

But this morning Horan appeared to distance himself from the claims, posting from @NiallOfficial account: "I'm not on shots by the way! Not that I know of."

He wrote the message on Twitter after a short video emerged of the three singers sitting around a coffee table which appeared to have drugs paraphernalia on it.

The pipe - resembling those made famous by TV series Breaking Bad - sits on the table, surrounded by a lighter, bottles of water and a remote control.

It is thought that the video - in which Bieber is singing Home To Mama - was taken from Simpson's Snapchat account.

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