Ferrari recently hit the hammer and banned it for good Justin bieber of your stores. The singer is completely banned from buying vehicles from the Italian manufacturer after breaking the automaker’s code of ethics.
Generally, when buying a Ferrari, you need to sign a contract, full of details. Bieber’s breaches of the agreement began in 2016, with several annoyances for the automaker. The first was when he confessed to forgetting where he had parked his car during an outing in Bevely Hills, Los Angeles.
Then the singer decided to change the original color of his vehicle, from white to electric blue. It wouldn’t have been a problem for Ferrari had he done it at the manufacturer’s headquarters in Italy. However, Bieber chose to paint his car in the United States.
At the time, the singer also implemented a 2,000-watt sound system, in addition to tampering with alloy wheels and a Liberty Walk bodykit, with visible screws. He also dared to change the color of the horse logo on the steering wheel, from red to the blue chosen for the bodywork.
The last straw for Ferrari, however, was in 2017, when Justin Bieber decided to auction off a completely modified vehicle. He earned $434,500 at the time. Auctioning without authorization from Ferrari is an infraction for consumers.
Kim Kardashian, Nicolas Cage and 50 Cent are among other celebrities banned from buying new Ferrari vehicles for breaching the contract.
Justin Bieber in Brazil
Justin Bieber brings the “Justice World Tour” to Brazil in September. The first performance takes place on September 4, in Rio de Janeiro, during Rock in Rio – the same day that names like Demi Lovato, Luísa Sonza and Marina Sena also perform at the festival.
The date on which the Canadian performs was the first to sell out on Tuesday night (5), after 12 minutes of sales.
Afterwards, he goes to Argentina and Chile and only then returns to the country, on the 14th and 15th of September. On both occasions, Bieber will perform solo shows in São Paulo, at Allianz Parque. Both dates are already sold out.
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