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Justin Bieber Joins #HeatNation, Parties at Miami Strip Club

It looks like little Justin Bieber is all grown up, Biscayne strip club style.

The 19-year-old superstar was spotted enjoying the Miami Heat game last night, as well as some of the more adult attractions in the 305.

It seems the last few days he's been blowing off some steam, and everyone knows the best cure for a hard-working man is partying in the city where the heat is on, all night on the beach till the break of dawn.

Plus, we have great strippers.

UPDATE Justin Bieber's Miami clubbing spree was illegal if true, according to Miami Beach Police.

UPDATE #2 Justin Bieber's bodyguards have allegedly attacked at photographer in Miami. They're being accused of battery and theft.

UPDATE #3 Bieber actually fought another photographer in Miami. And it was all caught on tape. "Grab that camera! Get that fucking camera outta here!"

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While the Biebs supports his two-time platinum third record Believe and pushes the follow-up acoustic version, it seems he's also taking some time for himself.

Relaxing, he decided to hit the Heat game last night, obviously with one of the best seats in the house, as well as Prime 112 and the Hyde Beach Club.

The Miami Herald reports that Bieber continued to party hop, ending up at the famous Bamboo, rubbing shoulder with Ne-Yo and Shaquille O'Neal, and eventually finished his night at Wonderland strip club.

Really, Bieber? No King of Diamonds? Maybe next time.

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Kat Bein is a freelance writer and has been described as this publication’s "senior millennial correspondent." She has an impressive, if unhealthy, knowledge of all things pop culture.