We all know that being a teenage superstar can be a little stressful.
What with the shrieking fans, a worldwide tour and a new album, we can expect Justin Bieber's temper to have a few short fuses. But, he says he never called the Southeast Asian nation Indonesia "some random country."
The singer reportedly made the remark at a press conference in the U.K. while promoting his album "Believe," where he also made fun of British accents and was generally pretty whiny.
"I was in some random country," he said, about the making of the track "Be Alright.""I recorded it in a studio, some little place. They didn't know what they were doing." His manager, Scott "Scooter" Braun correctly named the country as Indonesia. With a population of 240 million people, it's the world's largest Muslim nation and the third-largest Facebook and fifth-biggest Twitter communities. And they weren't happy.
But Bieber is trying to set the record straight - on Twitter, of course. Yesterday he wrote "one rumor i wont stand for is saying what me and my fans have isnt real. Indonesia I see you. i love u. I love ALL MY FANS. #fact"
We're sure his Indonesian fans aren't holding any grudges.
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