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9 July 2012, 16:21
The 'Believe' star has landed in Tokyo ready to promote his recently released third album.
Justin Bieber was pictured arriving into Japan over the weekend sporting a new hip-hop look seemingly inspired by the late rapper Tupac Shakur.
The 'Boyfriend' star arriving in Narita's International Airport yesterday (8th July) decked out in baggy trousers, a leather jacket, gold watch and an upturned bandana similar to the type made famous by 'Changes' rapper Tupac in the nineties.
"Excited to be back in Japan to see some of the best fans on earth and my guys at Smap Smap!" Justin tweeted after his arrival on Sunday. "Great day exploring in Tokyo. Ready to go hard tomorrow #BELIEVE.|
Justin was pictured greeting an army of fans outside the airport after leaving the plane alongside girlfriend Selena Gomez, following their dinner date out in Hollywood, Los Angeles over the weekend.
Check out a picture of Justin Bieber sporting a Tupac style head bandana in Tokyo, Japan over the weekend below (Credit: Getty):
The 'Never Say Never' singer filmed the video for his next single 'As Long As You Love Me' last week, and teased potential appearances from both Usher and will.i.am in the "short film".
Justin Bieber is currently promoting his new album 'Believe' across the world, following its highly anticipated launch in June, and is due back in the UK for a new arena tour from February 2013.
Check out Capital's Battle of the Fans gallery below and find out where Justin Bieber's Beliebers charted on our countdown: