Justin Bieber spotted wearing all pink Drew brand ensemble while out in Los Angeles... as Hailey goes on the defensive over celebrating Halloween

He's often spotted being ferried around in a black bus while wearing colorful Drew brand ensembles, and Friday was no different.

Justin Bieber, 25, was spotted out and about in Los Angeles in a pink, teddy bear patterned matching shirt and short set.

The Sorry hitmaker paired the laid back look with a black baseball cap and black slippers.

Out and about: Justin Bieber, 25, was spotted out and about in Los Angeles in a pink, teddy bear patterned matching shirt and short set

Out and about: Justin Bieber, 25, was spotted out and about in Los Angeles in a pink, teddy bear patterned matching shirt and short set

His slippers, also from his Drew brand, featured a yellow smiley face on top.

Bieber accessorized with a gold wristwatch and a gold ring on his ring finger.

The pop singer was later photographed hopping back on the bus with a white paper bag in hand. 

His shirt was unbuttoned after the outing, revealing a pair of Calvin Klein boxers that peaked out from under his shorts. 

Clap back: The outing comes after Bieber's wife, Hailey Bieber (née Baldwin), went on the defensive after fans called her out for celebrating Halloween while calling herself a Christian, Buzzfeed reports

Clap back: The outing comes after Bieber's wife, Hailey Bieber (née Baldwin), went on the defensive after fans called her out for celebrating Halloween while calling herself a Christian, Buzzfeed reports

Laid back: The Sorry hitmaker paired the relaxed look with a black baseball cap and black slippers

Laid back: The Sorry hitmaker paired the relaxed look with a black baseball cap and black slippers

Bling! Bieber accessorized with a gold wristwatch and a gold ring on his ring finger
Smile! Justin's slippers, also from his Drew brand, featured a yellow smiley face on top

Bling! Bieber accessorized with a gold wristwatch and a gold ring on his ring finger

The outing comes after Bieber's wife, Hailey Bieber (née Baldwin), went on the defensive after fans called her out for celebrating Halloween while calling herself a Christian, Buzzfeed reports.

The model, 22, took to her Instagram stories to share a message that justified her choice in celebrating the pagan holiday, originally written by fellow Hillsong Church member, Pastor Nathan Finochio. 

Finochio’s wrote the explanation in response to being asked if he felt Halloween was a 'yes or no.'

'I’m a Christian. Do you have any idea what that means historically? It means I redefine everything in culture,' he wrote, as captured in screenshots by Twitter user @portalbaldwin and BuzzFeed News. 'Pagan Feast of Winter Solstice? Oh that’s now JESUS BIRTHDAY. Pagan Feast of Spring Planting? Oh that’s now EASTER WEEKEND. Pagan Celtic Festival involving dressing up and warding off evil spirits? Oh now it’s All Saints Day and we celebrate the VICTORIOUS CHURCH THAT HAS OVERCOME THE BLOOD OF THE LAMB!!! CANDY PLEASE!!!' 

Halloween problems: The model, 22, took to her Instagram stories to share a message that justified her choice in celebrating the pagan holiday, originally written by fellow Hillsong Church member, Pastor Nathan Finochio

Halloween problems: The model, 22, took to her Instagram stories to share a message that justified her choice in celebrating the pagan holiday, originally written by fellow Hillsong Church member, Pastor Nathan Finochio

'I’m not afraid of the world,' Finochino continued. 'I’m not afraid of any devil or demon or incantation. They are terrified of me. Halloween is now MY HOLIDAY and I am claiming all candy for the glory of God and the celebration of the Saints. What now? I’ll dress up however I like! My favorite characters, pop culture stuff, whatever. It’s my party and you’re invited. I’m alive today and a Saint tomorrow. Give me candy.'

In Baldwin's repost of the message, she tagged Finochio’s account and wrote, 'YASSS.'

The TV personality was the recipient of criticism last week after she took to Instagram to ask her followers what she should dress up as for Halloween.

In screenshots captured by Twitter user @portalbaldwin and reported by multiple news outlets, one follower responded to Baldwin's request by asking, 'Aren't u Christian?'

Curious: In screenshots captured by Twitter user @portalbaldwin and reported by multiple news outlets, one follower responded to Baldwin's request by asking, 'Aren't u Christian?'

Curious: In screenshots captured by Twitter user @portalbaldwin and reported by multiple news outlets, one follower responded to Baldwin's request by asking, 'Aren't u Christian?'

'Yes. I still dress up for Halloween,' the model wrote back. 

She responded to another message that called her a 'FAKE CHRISTIAN,' with 'our kids are gonna celebrate too,' referring to the kids she's planning on having with her husband Justin Bieber.

The duo, who got their marriage license from a New York City courthouse last year, met in 2009 after her dad, Stephen Baldwin, introduced them. 

They got engaged in July 7, 2018 and got re-married in an extravagant wedding in South Carolina on September 30 in front of 154 guests.

Party on! 'Yes. I still dress up for Halloween,' the model wrote back in response to followers questioning her religions choices (posted in October of 2018)

Party on! 'Yes. I still dress up for Halloween,' the model wrote back in response to followers questioning her religions choices (posted in October of 2018)

Clap back! She responded to another message that called her a 'FAKE CHRISTIAN,' with 'our kids are gonna celebrate too,' referring to the kids she's planning on having with her husband Justin Bieber

Clap back! She responded to another message that called her a 'FAKE CHRISTIAN,' with 'our kids are gonna celebrate too,' referring to the kids she's planning on having with her husband Justin Bieber

 

Justin Bieber spotted wearing all pink Drew brand ensemble in LA... as Hailey goes on the defensive

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