UPDATE: After getting arrested twice following the plice raid at Justin Bieber’s house, Lil Za hit Twitter to give his thoughts on all the egg-throwing drama. “Honestly, the media is making me someone I’m not. But only those in my shoes can relate… These ppl get paid to make you look bad,” he wrote. “Some stuff I’ve done has been wrong, yes. But look at the position I’m in and the color of my skin. Cocaine? Really?”

He continued, “All this time I was home in tx nodboy gave a f—k about what Za is doing… soon as he gets to La he’s all over the news.” Maybe you’re all over the news because you’re friends with the Justin Bieber, which brings attention right there, driving reckless in his car and leaving drugs around his house. Just a thought.


Justin Bieber’s sidekick Lil Za was arrested at the singer’s house for drug possession. That drug in question was originally thought to have been cocaine, but now authorizes believe the powered substance is Molly (MDMA), which is a form of Ecstasy.

But he was arrested for a second time on Tuesday for vandalism at the police station. According to reports, Lil Za shattered a phone just minutes before he was about to be released. He immediately re-arrested.


Law officials are getting to the bottom of this whole egging incident involving Justin Bieber. In fact, police raided the singer’s Calabasas, Calif. home to find anything that could link him the crime.

According to TMZ, eleven L.A. County Sheriff’s cars were outside Bieber’s home Tuesday morning with a felony search warrant, finding out if he was actually involved in the egg-throwing incident involving his neighbor’s home. Sources tell the outlet that police are looking for anything that’s connected to the case, including Justin’s security system that they dismantled and took.

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While the case started as a misdemeanor, it’s now become a felony case with thousands of dollars’ worth of damage done, which could put Bieber in prison if any connection is found.

Bieber and eight more people were detained at the home while the search was happening, which is not uncommon. “They are being cooperative,” Sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore said. “We will seek to question Mr. Bieber in connection with a felony investigation.

A press conference is scheduled for Tuesday afternoon.

Stay tuned for details.