Justin Bieber recently got himself in some trouble with his Indonesian fans because of a mysterious statement that left people puzzled. It was supposedly during an interview with Justin and his manager Scooter Braun that landed the pop star in trouble, when he made a statement about people in a little place who didn't know what they were doing. Well, people immediately looked at Justin for an explanation and this morning, the star went on Twitter to set the record straight. And he is supposedly very angry with the report that he isn't thankful for people helping him out. So, his tweet isn't exactly an apology, but more like a 'don't mess with me' statement.
"One rumor I won't stand for is saying what me and my fans have isn't real," Justin Bieber tweeted this morning in response to the report that he didn't treat Indonesia with respect. "Indonesia I see you. I love you. I love ALL MY FANS #fact," he continued.
Perhaps his fans in Indonesia didn't appreciate being called "some little place" or "some little irrelevant country" which is essentially what the statement hinted. He wants his fans to know that he is very thankful for his fans all over the world.
Well, maybe Bieber should be more considerate when making statements about where he records his album. Surely, his fans would like some recognition rather than just being a fan group in a "little unknown place."
Do you think Justin should be more considerate? Do you accept his tweet as an apology?