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Justin Bieber Breaks His Foot [PHOTO]

Ouch! Justin Bieber reportedly broke his foot during a soccer match while on vacation in Turks and Caicos.

The ‘Home to Mama’ singer shared a pic of his injury on Shots, captioning the photo of his bruised and swollen foot, “Broke my damn foot,” followed by multiple thumbs-down and poop emojis. Ow!

He also tweeted about his painful injury, writing:

The Biebs reportedly obtained the injury after he slipped and fell during a soccer game over his New Year’s vacay. He was later photographed using a crutch after the match. (You can check out the pic here.)

As all Beliebers know, Bieber was enjoying his time in the Caribbean over the winter holiday with his good friend (and rumored girlfriend) Hailey Baldwin. The two also hung out with supermodel Christie Brinkley and her daughter Sailor.

Feel better, Justin!

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