It seems like Justin Bieber is definitely joking around as he recalled the time when the "Thinking Out Loud" singer almost hit his face with a golf club as Bieber, and Ed Sheeran play the game during their stay in Japan. The game terribly went wrong as Sheeran whacked Bieber instead of aiming for the goal.

For Justin Bieber, several music makers are interested in having Ed Sheeran as the writer of their songs including Taylor Swift and The Weeknd. Sheeran wrote "Love Yourself" which is one of the most famous songs from Bieber.

Justin Bieber asks Sheeran to give him another hit track

“Of course I want him to write for me again in the future," Bieber reveals.

“I get that every artist out there wants him to write for them," the "What Do You Mean," singer says, "but we are buddies, and he still owes me from hitting me with a golf club!”

Sheeran and Bieber have been good friends ever since the 26-year-old singer and songwriter gave him the "Love Yourself" song.

Bieber leads prayer at the telethon

A few days ago, Justin Bieber also led a multi-faith prayer during the telethon event in Los Angeles with Rabbi Ari Lukas, Muslim scholar Jihad Turk and Pastor John Gray. “Though we do not yet understand the purpose of the storm, we know you will guide us through the storm,” Bieber said.

With Hurricane Irma and Harvey causing a ruckus for more than three days, help is needed for those who suffered the consequences of these natural disasters.

Celebrities like Justin Bieber, Sofia Vergara, George Clooney and Oprah Winfrey, also made sure that they offer as much help as possible.

In between breaks of the Hurricane Relief Telethon, Justin Bieber was able to meet a lot of his co-celebrities, snapping pictures with Wilmer Valderrama, Taboo, George Clooney and

The “What Do You Mean?” singer is active in many church activities and in promoting his faith. He is usually seen attending events, dancing and preaching with a Hillsong tune on.

The singer has been slowly redeeming himself in the eyes of his fans. After the cancellation of his Purpose World Tour, a series of backlash from disappointed fans followed.

It turns out, Justin needed to reconnect with his faith, in which he had to sacrifice the remaining three months of the worldwide tour.

The “Hand in Hand” telethon was visited by a lot of A-list celebrities on Monday. While the hurricane is continuously causing more than $100 billion of damage, the telethon was able to raise more than $44 million of donations. Some of the largest donations were made by Apple ($5 million), Albertsons Cos. And Merck $1 million and the NBA Players Association ($500,000).

Justin Bieber is reportedly focused on his faith, and he is believed to be spending more time with the members of Hillsong United.