They are just two of the rumours doing the rounds about the Biebs this week. Firstly, to the less worrying yellow snow signature.

The singer treated himself to a weekend of snowboarding with his friends in Aspen, Colorado, last week after his home was raided by police, but it appears the pop star didn't manage to completely stay controversy during his trip. According to TMZ, the 19-year-old hunk was travelling in a motorcade on Sunday (19.01.14) when he jumped out at the side of a private road in an affluent area and urinated 'JB in the snow', while surrounded by his bodyguards. Just another hard day at the orfice.

Meanwhile, Justin's family have been urging him to seek help in rehab for his alleged use of recreational drugs/cough mixture and behavioural issues. A source said previously: "The people who care about Justin and whom are closest to him wish he would consider getting help." Others are engaging in rows with him via Text. Here's looking at you, Selena

This brings us to the reported 'Sizzurp' reliance, which sounds like the classier form of solvent abuse (in other words, it's just as bad and not to be tried at home/some woodland area/behind a wall #Iwasyoungoncetoo,yaknow).

TMZ are reporting that: "Multiple credible, connected sources tell us... Bieber has been using sizzurp regularly. It's typically codeine and promethazine mixed with Sprite and a Jolly Rancher. Bieber and his crew refer to it as "lean." It's a very dangerous narcotic that can trigger seizures, and even worse. But that's not the only drug Bieber is using. We're told he's been taking lots of prescription pills, including Xanax, in addition to lots of alcohol and weed."

Just an hour ago, TMZ claim that a rep for Bieber's cough syrup of choice has been in contact, saying: "their product is used for temporary relief of coughs and upper respiratory symptoms associated with allergies and common colds. The rep adds, 'The company does not condone its use for any indications outside of this purpose.' The rep would not discuss the fact that the product has become a staple for high-end sizzurp users."