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Just in case you needed another reason to hate the drunk-driving, drag-racing, 50 million followers-having Justin Bieber — enjoy.
"I don't have to listen to anything you have to say."
"I didn't finish, I didn't finish. Oh really? You didn't want to interrupt?"
"Guess what? I don't recall."
"Don't ask me about her again. Don't ask me about her again. Don't ask me about her again."
Justin Bieber gave a deposition Thursday in relation to a case involving one of his bodyguards allegedly roughing up a photographer, and like everything in Bieber's life, the video was published on TMZ, leading to a barrage of headlines and commentary about the Biebs that is actually worse than usual.
"Don't ask me again"
"Depositions are 'yes' and 'no' and brief answers, ugh it's so awful." (Via WNYW)
In all capital letters, Fox News says "SPOILED BRAT!" and also writes, "TMZ couldn’t contain its disgust. And when you watch it, you probably won’t be able to either."
E! News gives its best Buzzfeed impression with, "The 21 Brattiest Moments From Justin Bieber's Very Bratty Video Deposition"
In an piece entitled "Watch Justin Bieber Devolve Into A Child," a Huffington Post writer wants to defend the Biebs but ultimately fails, writing "We wonder about the pressures of childhood fame. Despite our furrowed brows ... Bieber continues to be, generally, the worst."
As for outlets defending Justin Bieber's actions, you'd be hard pressed to find the headline, "Justin Bieber misunderstood!" but that's OK because Justin knows we're all taking this the wrong way.
Bieber tweeted Monday, "Love how some people love to twist and justify the horrible action of others. We all have a right to defend ourselves and feel harassed." (Via Twitter / @justinbieber)
There you go, Justin, a little more of that overwhelming confidence is just what your image needs.