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Justin Bieber and Austin Mahone Play Basketball in Leather Pants

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Justin Bieber and Austin Mahone seem to have put all their differences regarding Selena Gomez aside. Justin was upset when Selena went to Disneyland with the Mmm Yeah singer. Not only did the two singers record a duet last week at Miami’s Hit Factory studio–they also enjoyed a game of pick up basketball. The two likely drew lots of strange glances toward their game, however, as they both played while wearing leather pants. Keep in mind that the weather in Miami these past few days has been humid and has soared well into the 80s. Leather pants aren’t really conducive to playing basketball–but when you’re Justin Bieber and Austin Mahone, that apparently doesn’t come in to play.

Justin Bieber was said to be so pleased with his collaboration with Austin Mahone in the recording studio that he reportedly gave him one of his own songs to record as well. Birdman and Mack Maine are supposedly responsible for getting the two young men together in the recording studio.

Bieber and Mahone were spotted in Miami Beach enjoying a night on the town and seemed like they were having a great time together.

Just a few days Justin tweeted the following message about his time inside the Hit Factory.

Austin shared the following Instagram photo a few days ago of himself with Justin Bieber and Birdman. He captioned the photo “Day 2! #StudioNights”

While it’s not unheard of for young men like Justin Bieber and Austin Mahone to mend their ways over a woman and to record together in the studio, it is a bit strange for them to play basketball while wearing leather pants. Hopefully if Justin and Austin go out for yet another afternoon of shooting hoops they will consider dressing the way one should while in Miami–maybe a pair of shorts and a t-shirt would be a bit more appropriate.

Image via Wikimedia Commons

Justin Bieber and Austin Mahone Play Basketball in Leather Pants
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