Justin Bieber's second fiddle Lil Za was sentenced to three years probation, community service and placed into a drug program in court in Los Angeles Wednesday, after pleading no contest to having ecstasy on his person when the Canadian singer’s home was raided in January.
The second banana was ordered to pay authorities a total of $1,600 for a phone he broke while behind bars as well, according to Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office spokesman Ricardo Santiago.
The hip-hop hanger-on, whose real name is Xavier Domonique Smith, also had more than a dozen Xanax and Oxycodone pills in his possession at the time Bieber’s since-sold home in Calabasas was raided.
According to probation officials, Lil Za said he doesn’t actually take ecstasy, but rather "gives it to girls because they ‘love it,'" leading authorities to conclude that the 20-year-old “appears he keeps drugs to satisfy young girls that he is around."
In legal docs, Lil Za’s profession was listed as Bieber’s personal assistant.