Bieber gets out the XBox at Pastor's nightclub party

Bieber gets out the XBox at Pastor's nightclub party

Justin Bieber brought his XBox with him on an night out.

The 20-year-old 'Beauty and the Beat' singer reportedly brought the game console with him for Pastor Carl Lentz birthday party, which was held at Jay Z's 40/40 club on Thursday evening.

According to reports, the tween heartthrob retreated to a private room where he hooked his XBox up to the club's TV system, taking it in turns to play 'NBA 2K15' and 'FIFA' with his fellow party guests.

A source told New York Post's Page Six: "Bieber was a lot better at 'Fifa' and came out with one or two victories."

However, Justin decided to celebrate with some ice cream - not video games - after he took home the Best Male trophy at the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards last night for the fifth consecutive time.

Unable to make the ceremony - which took place in Glasgow, Scotland - Justin thanked his fans via video.

He said: "I just won Best Male at the EMAs so I just wanted to thank all my fans out there, you guys are incredible. I'm at CVS so I'm going to get some fudgesicles."

Justin also captioned the video - which he shared via Twitter - with a heartfelt message. He wrote: "Just won Best Male at the #EMA's! Thank you all so much. Big things coming. Love you."

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