On the heels of marriage rumors, Justin Bieber was caught street busking and begging for money in London, and now RadarOnline.com has the shocking photos! Click through for more.
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Baldwin, 21, and Bieber, 24, sported their usual laid-back look as they stepped out on Tuesday as Bieber played his guitar in front of the Buckingham Palace.
Fans gathered around as the singer played a ditty.
He attempted to go incognito wearing a large tie dye hoodie.
In the photos, the Biebs can be seen strumming on his guitar in front of his open guitar case, begging those passing by for gratuities.
In many countries the rewards are generally in the form of money but other gratuities such as food, drink or gifts may be given.
As Radar readers know, onlookers allegedly spotted the Bieber and Baldwin entering a NYC courthouse to get their marriage license last Thursday, but Baldwin denied she and Bieber had tied the knot. “I understand where the speculation is coming from, but I’m not married yet!” she tweeted last Friday afternoon before deleting it.
Bieber's former longtime love Selena Gomez, who dumped him just months before popping the question to Baldwin, is allegedly unfazed by the news.
As Radar readers know, Gomez's mom is disgusted by the Biebs and believes he's only moving forward with Baldwin to make her famous daughter "jealous."
Bieber proposed to Baldwin on July 7 while on a romantic getaway in the Bahamas.
Beliebers were shocked to find out about the quick engagement seeing the singer had just recently split with longtime love Gomez before popping the question to Baldwin. Gomez’s aunt Maria Deleon told RadarOnline.com in an exclusive interview that Gomez — who was Justin Bieber’s girlfriend right before he got engaged to Hailey Baldwin — is better off without the playboy singer. We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.