Justin Bieber Blows $75,000 on Strippers at King of Diamonds in Miami

How did Justin Bieber celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day?

He began by dropping a choice quote from the civil rights leader via Twitter: "The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy."

And then he blew $75,000 on strippers following King of Diamonds' MLK Day edition of its infamous Monday-night fights.

UPDATE Justin Bieber has been arrested on Miami Beach for DUI, resisting arrest, and driving with an expired license. Check out the arrest report and mugshot.

Indeed ...

Last night 'round 4 a.m., according to the Miami strip joint's social media feeds, "Justin Bieber kicked in the door inside the world famous King of Diamonds."

And just like his latest swag coach, Floyd "Money" Mayweather (who's previously dropped $100,000 on the club's big-booty boxers), the Biebz called for a big, fat bundle of dollar bills.

Now, we here at Crossfade contacted KOD stripper wrangler (and booty bass legend) Disco Rick for the dirty details on the 19-year-old pop star's nudie bar experience.

But it seems JB enjoyed a relatively tame (though obviously full-frontal) evening.

"Justin Bieber was only in KOD for one hour," Rick tells us. "He was escorted upstairs where it was closed. No beverage was sold, but he was sent up bottles of water."

Even more, Rick says, the Biebz behaved like a perfect gentleman.

"He paid dancers out of his pocket in their hands with large bills and didn't make it rain.

"But he had fun. He had a great time in VIP."

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