The rapper now owes a favour to not only his pop star friend but The Four Seasons, after the famed Beverly Hills hotel reportedly agreed to foot the bill for damage to the bottom of Justin's Ferrari.
Car care: Justin Bieber's Ferrari undergoes repairs after his friend Lil Twist damaged it, The Four Seasons hotel not the rapper will be footing the bill
Expensive friendship: Justin and Twist, who played the Jingle Ball together, have found themselves in a little trouble since starting to hang out
As the website the 19-year-old bottomed out the car on the hotel's driveway causing serious damage to its undercarriage.
While he drove off, the hotel is now covering what is expected to be a $8,000 to $10,000 bill.
On Thursday however, the rapper seemed to be taking the media reports in his stride.
'I sit back and laugh at bulls**t,' he tweeted.
Photographs of the more than $230,000 vehicle were released on Thursday inside the West Coast Customs repair shop with the car on a hoist.
It is not known how the rapper managed to do so much damage, as the website reports the driveway ''doesn't really have any hidden dangers'.
Lil Twist is avoiding paying for the damage he caused as according to TMZ's source:
'The hotel has agreed to pay the bill to maintain its lucrative relationship with Justin.'
The hotel refused to comment on the damaged car or if it was paying to fix the vehicle when contacted by TMZ.
Despite the damage the rapper did drive away on New Year's Day taking the expensive car on to Los Angeles' 405 freeway.
Not just a scratch: The $230,000 plus car is hoisted up so mechanics can see the damage
Th 29-year-old freelance photographer Chris Guerra, died at the scene.
The following day Justin released a statement calling for more law changes to deal with paparazzi.
Tragic outcome: Twist was later pulled over by police and a photographer was stuck and killed by another car while trying to take photos
'Hopefully this tragedy will finally inspire meaningful legislation and whatever other necessary steps to protect the lives and safety of celebrities, police officers, innocent public bystanders, and the photographers themselves.'
The same day Justin and his car damaging friend again found themselves in hot water after being photographed smoking what appeared to be marijuana.
Not carless: Justin, who was in Miami, Florida on Monday, has up to eight other cars he can drive while his car is in the shop