Justin Bieber is reportedly dumping a number of his close friends following accusations of thieving. The poster boy superstar is said to be furious with pals Lil Twist and Lil Za after he discovered a bunch of jewelry had been stolen from his L.A. home. According to a source, Bieber's buds took advantage of the singer's hospitality while he was away on tour, throwing wild parties and generally trashing the place. And now there's a number of expensive gems that can't be accounted for. Justin believes they've either helped themselves or been careless enough to allow party guests to sneak upstairs and take what they want. The Biebs' manager Scooter Braun has apparently kicked Lil Twist and Lil Za out of Justin's pad. Credit: Cover Media
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