Bieber's a 'bratty little kid'

Last updated 11:37 16/01/2014
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BRATTY LITTLE KID: Justin Bieber's neighbour has slammed the singer.

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Justin Bieber's neighbour says the star is a "bratty little kid".

The 19-year-old hitmaker lives in the same gated Calabasas, California community as comedian D.L. Hughley.

Asked how he feels about the raid on Bieber's home in connection to a felony vandalism charge, the funnyman told X17Online: "He's a bratty little kid and he's acting up. Sometimes the best thing for a bratty kid is learn to be taught that you can't act the way you do...

"I moved out of South Central L.A. to get away from crime and now I got to worry about a Canadian dude with bangs," he mused, adding that he'd "whip his little a**" if the singer ever chucked eggs at his property.

The comedian's comment come hours after a dozen police officers reportedly arrived to Justin's home Tuesday as part of a felony vandalism investigation following an alleged egg throwing attack at another neighbour's home last week.

The search resulted in the arrest of Bieber's friend, Lil Za, real name Xavier Smith, who was taken into custody for felony drug possession.

According to the New York Daily News, the 20-year-old rapper was initially thought to be in possession of cocaine, allegedly found in "plain view" at the residence.

However, police now believe he was in possession of Xanax and Ecstasy, according to the report.

"The cocaine, I believe, was in plain view of the deputies when they were looking for the other evidence," Lt. David Thompson said Tuesday, adding,

"[Bieber] was not connected to that cocaine other than the gentleman was staying at his residence."

Police say the rapper was bailed out of jail Tuesday night, but not before picking up a felony vandalism charge for allegedly damaging a phone on the wall of his holding area.

Za took to Twitter after his release, writing simply: "I'm fine."

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