Justin Bieber blacklisted by Ferrari from buying or driving its luxury cars

Justin Bieber has been blacklisted by Italian carmaker Ferrari from buying or driving its luxury cars.

According to a report published by Italian newspaper Il Giornale, Justin Bieber has been blacklisted by Ferrari from buying or driving its luxury cars. To buy a Ferrari, you must adhere to the Italian carmaker’s code of ethics. Bieber has reportedly violated the brand’s ownership terms.

A car enthusiast

Justin Bieber is a car enthusiast, his collection includes Lamborghini, Rolls-Royce, Maserati, Bugatti, Cadillac, and Porsche models. He has also owned two Ferrari models: an F430, purchased when he was 16 and customised in matte black, and an F458 Italia F1 Edition purchased in 2011 and then sold at auction.

The latter is the car in question that caused Bieber to be blacklisted by the company for attitudes deemed disrespectful. Justin Bieber broke more than one rule of Ferrari’s code of ethics by changing its original colour, neglecting the car, and then reselling it at auction.

What did Justin Bieber do?

The problems started when Bieber changed the original white colour of the car, repainting it neon-blue. And this modification was not made by Ferrari but by Californian West Coast Customs. Bieber also changed the alloy wheels, the visible bolts, and the colour of the Prancing Horse emblem on the steering wheel, from the usual red - a distinctive feature of Ferrari - to neon-blue.

In 2014, Bieber, who was 19 at the time, was arrested in Miami Beach on charges of driving under the influence, driving with an expired license and resisting arrest 'without violence,' according to police records.

Then, Bieber famously ‘misplaced’ his car for two weeks in 2015 when he left it in a parking lot outside a Beverly Hills club after a night of partying. And the final straw was when he sold it via auction in 2017, even if the sale was for charity.

As a result, Bieber is no longer allowed to purchase any model from Ferrari. He joins other celebrities allegedly banned for life by the Italian carmaker including Kim Kardashian, rappers 50 Cent and Tyga, and Nicholas Cage.

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