Just after TMZ has released a video of the pop star unloading and urinating in a Mop bucket in the kitchen of a nightclub he was partying at, Bieber spewed a poster of former president Bill Clinton with a blue liquid he drank after urinating and saying "F... Bill Clinton".
Justin Bieber, Pop Star apologizes to Bill Clinton after being caught on video urinating in a mop bucket and cussing a poster of the former president.
The stunt was caught on video with his buddies commenting on it as "something that should be videoed because it was cool". Bieber had decided to clear the issue after the video was released just a week ago. The pop star said he was sorry and later tweeted about it.
A source from the Clinton aide confirmed that the star had reached out to the former president and all has been fixed. Bieber even tweeted the president saying ""@billclinton thanks for taking the time to talk Mr. President. Your words meant alot. #greatguy."
Former president Bill Clinton, 66, had given his statement on the matter. He had told a representative that there were no hard feelings at all. E! News had reported that the rep. had mentioned that the former president said ""If that is the worst thing you have ever done, all is well." This was not the exact phrase of his comment.
Bieber had also offered to help with the Clinton Global Initiative and it seems that it worked out for both of them.
Justin Bieber is said to be dating his former girlfriend and former Disney child star Selena Gomez once more but these are merely speculations and there has yet to be an announcement from both parties.
Bieber has been dealing in a lot of heat from different controversies shot his way from his Instagram video posted just two weeks ago allegedly making people wonder if he was high while taking the video.
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