Justin Bieber gave his family an advanced Christmas gift, which was a bit costly.
The 19-year-old Canadian pop star bought a five bedroom home worth $850,000 in a small town in Ontario, Canada, near his birthplace. It is said to be for his father Jeremy and half siblings – five-year-old Jazmyn and three-year-old Jaxson.
"Justin wants to make sure his half-brother and half-sister are living in a really nice home, so he shelled out a cool $850,000 in cash for a five-bedroom cabin-style pad in Ontario, where they can live with their dad," the source told.
The property is a cabin-style home which ideally sits on a large piece of luscious land surrounded with pine trees. The house is also modest, unlike his own seven bedroom Calabasas mansion he purchased for $6 million last year. Bieber also bought his mom her own multimillion dollar house in California.
Justin did not grow up with his father; instead he was raised by his mother who gave birth to him when she was just 18. However, Jeremy helped him get into music.
“I have a great relationship with my dad. When I was younger, he taught me how to play some songs on the guitar, like 'Knockin' on Heaven's' Door by Bob Dylan,” Bieber shared.