Big Sean also appeared live at the first of star's L.A shows
Bieber is currently touring his latest album ‘Purpose’, currently in the middle of a five month US tour that finishes on July 18 at New York City’s Madison Square Garden.
The pop icon landed at the L.A’s Staples Centre for the first of three nights yesterday (March 21). He was joined by rappers Big Sean – who performed their album collaboration ‘No Pressure’, while Chance The Rapper also appeared later on in the evening to perform his rap on Bieber’s ‘Confident’. Watch the footage in the players below.
“Thank you La and thank u @BigSean and @chancetherapper for joining me on stage tonight. #PurposeTourLosAngeles,” tweeted the 21-year-old to his 77 million followers after the show. View that below.
Meanwhile, Chance The Rapper and director Spike Lee have been feuding over the latter’s film, Chi-Raq.
Chicago rapper Chance had previously called the movie “exploitative and problematic” to which Lee responded by calling out his father’s association with the city’s mayor.
Chi-Raq is a modern day adaptation of Lysistrata, an ancient Greek play written by Aristophanes, set in a Chicago filled with gang violence.
As Pitchfork reports, during a talk at Northwestern University, Lee called Chance a “straight-up fraud”.
Now, Chance has hit back on Twitter, claiming the director “begged” him to be in the movie, while also calling the film out as “sexist” and “racist”.
“Come on now This guy promoting this offensive unsuccessful flop of a movie … about the Southside…in fucking Evanston…” he wrote. “And then get mad when students at the screening challenge him on his sexist, and RACIST movie and he wanna point the finger at me.”