Justin Bieber suffered a major breach of security during a recent gig in South Africa, after thieves took off with an estimated $330,000 shortly after his concert at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg. Bieber insists that he has nothing to do with the daring heist, which Johannesburg police reckon was the doing of a group of professional crooks.
According to TMZ, police are saying that the thieves must have planned the raid days, if not weeks or months, before the concert took place and have potentially unmasked the highly elaborate details of how the raid happened. The S.A. law officials believe that as few as two, but potential more, thieves managed to chisel a tunnel straight into the safe room at FNB Stadium, then used ropes to lower themselves into the room where they made off with the estimated $330,000.

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Justin Bieber hasn't been having a great couple of days

The stadium is currently under lockdown as police search for any leads, and although law enforcement officials have yet to find any clear evidence, they do believe the raid was an inside job.
This really hasn't been a great couple of days for the mega-rich teen heart-throb, as it was also revealed this week that his pet monkey, which he tried to smuggle into Germany, has been handed over to new carers for good. The capuchin, named Mally, had to be quarantined in Germany for six months before Biebs gave up any hope of getting him back and decided to hand him over to German authorities for good. Also, Selena Gomez pretty much cut the cord on their relationship, potentially for good, when she told Kiss 108 Radio that she is 'available.'

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Justin and his mother Pattie Mallette, who will probably be accompanying him on the red carpet a little more often now