Justin Bieber might need to find a new hobby.

He’s not going to be able to add any more to his sports car collection.

From ONE brand, at least.

The “Ghost” singer has been banned from purchasing any more Ferraris.

According to Distractify, the luxury car brand takes issue with Justin’s behavior.

Over the past decade, Justin Bieber has…

  • Lost his Ferrari after “partying too hard in Beverly Hills.”
  • Installed custom body modification through West Coast Customs.
  • Auctioned off the car for a hefty sum.

All of these are allegedly big “no-nos” for Ferrari.

They’re extremely picky about who’s allowed to purchase the car, and have very strict terms of ownership.

Unfortunately for Justin, his behavior appears to have violated the majority of those terms.

Talk about first world problems.

He’s definitely going to cry about it in his other car…

A Lamborghini.

Justin Bieber, from his music video for "Holy" -- he stands near train tracks, wearing extremely grimy overalls and a white shirt, with grime and grease caked on his face.

Last month, Justin Bieber and Dan + Shay faced a copyright lawsuit filed in Los Angeles.

The suit, brought forth by Melomega, claims they copied large parts of “10,000 Hours.”

They allege a “core portion” of their Grammy-winning hit came from 1980 song called “The First Time Baby Is A Holiday.”

Billboard quotes Musicologist Dr. Alexander Stewart:

“[Justin Bieber and Dan + Shay] copied, in minute detail, the most important, core portion of plaintiff’s song, which includes the chorus, verse and hook.”

The plaintiffs contend multiple sections of the song are direct copies.

Melomega’s lawyer, Tre Lovell said:

“Defendants’ theft is impudently bold.”

Read more on this story at Distractify.com

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