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Justin Bieber brags about his hectic sex life

Justin Bieber brags about his hectic sex life”

On the topic of blooms for the wedding table, Justin said: "I was like, 'How are we supposed to eat with these flowers in my damn face?'" Well, you guys can guess what we do all day. That's all we do.

The Canada native became more clear about what he was referring when he talked about how he and Hailey like to "Netflix and chill," which includes more chill than Netflix.

Despite their active sex life, Justin moved on to insist married life is filled with challenges. You make me want to be better every day! Good for them, we say... gotta get it while you can! Ha! "It's something you got to work for", he explained. Everyone would just do it. "Everyday you have to choose to be patient with that person, love that person, be kind to that person...it's just incredible".

Things happened relatively quickly for the Yummy singer and his super-model wife back in 2018, up to the point where they legally Wednesday at a NY courthouse in September of that year, but ever since then they've been each other's ride or die in all the best ways.

The episode titled The Dark Season, began with Bieber confessing about the first time he got to taste weed. She said she likes to read to keep herself occupied, but according to Justin, the couple have other means of keeping themselves interested as well. I don't think it's bad.

"I was dealing with a lot of fear", the singer told Zane Lowe in an interview with Apple Music, to be released on Saturday.

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