Lil Za Admitted the Drugs Found by Police Belonged to Him

Law enforcement officials are a bit confused why Justin Bieber’s BFF Lil Za would take to Twitter to allude to anything racially charged in reference to his arrest Tuesday, Celebuzz has learned.

And here’s why.

“He was pretty angry throughout the whole process,” a source close to the case told CB!

“But he was one of six or seven male black Americans [at Bieber’s Calabasas house] and no one else went to jail except for the one who admitted the drugs were his. That tells you something.”

In addition to finding a substance police believed to be cocaine and now think could be Molly (a pure form of ecstasy), our source adds that Lil Za (real name Xavier Smith) even further confessed he didn’t have a prescription for the Xanax found, which, of course, is also illegal.

Here’s the online rant to jog your memory…

Remember, this angst is coming from an 18-year-old wannabe rapper who not only woke up at Biebs’ mansion to find cops at the door at 8 a.m., got caught with drugs in his room, and then was slapped with a vandalism charge after throwing a temper tantrum and breaking a police phone a mere 15 minutes before getting bailed out. (So acting like an adult is clearly not at the top of his priority list.)

As CB! previously reported, cops confiscated Biebs’ home surveillance video and it’s now come to light that the Canadian crooner’s cell phone was also nabbed in the process, we can confirm.

But TMZ is reporting that Bieber’s camp is overly-concerned about police uncovering and leaking nude pics on his phone, police haven’t even looked at it yet and JB can breathe a sigh of relief.

“It’s password protected, so a tech team has to look at it,” said the source. “We’re looking for anything about him bragging about the crime. But no photos are getting out.”

Police don’t actually expect to find Bieber caught in the act of egging his neighbor’s property on camera, but they do anticipate bringing any evidence to the Los Angeles district attorney in the next couple weeks.