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Justin Bieber Buys House for Dad and Siblings

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For all the backlash Justin Bieber gets, occasionally he does something good.

Bieber bought a house for his dad, Jeremy in Ontario, Canada. Jeremy has been living in a semi-secluded cabin with Bieber’s two half-siblings, Jaxon and Jazmyn. Bieber apparently wanted a nice place for his dad and Jaz and Jaz to live in. He paid $850,000 cash for the five-bedroom house. Here’s the nice part: Jeremy, unlike so many other parents of famous people, didn’t ask. Justin offered.

Nice to hear some good news about Justin Bieber. Maybe he’s becoming more mature?

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