Bieber: I know who I am

Justin Bieber has compared himself to rapper Jay-Z in refusing to address recent media reports about his behaviour, as the teenage pop heartthrob maintains he is “very much in control”.

Justin Bieber has compared himself to rapper Jay-Z as he refuses to acknowledge “every speculation” about his life.

The 19-year-old star spoke to Teen Vogue about his “crazy year” amid reports of a meltdown.

So far, Justin has reportedly been thrown out of a London club, had an altercation with paparazzo and is recently alleged to have spat at his neighbour in Los Angeles, California.

However, Justin said that, like the famous rapper, he does not feel the need to address “every speculation.”

“Remember when Cam’ron dissed Jay-Z? Jay-Z didn’t even respond,” he told the May issue of the magazine. “Why didn’t he respond, because he’s Jay-Z.”

The pint-sized Baby singer was referring to a one-time feud between the hip hop stars, with Cam’ron slating Jay-Z in tracks including You Gotta Love It on his 2006 album Killa Season.

However Justin maintains everything is going well.

“I know who I am, and I’m very much in control,” the singer declares.

Other reports of bad behaviour include turning up to a UK concert hours late and being snapped smoking what appeared to be marijuana.

More recently, the singer got in trouble over allegations he spat in his neighbour’s face.

The resident, who is described as a 47-year-old successful businessman and father-of-three, claims Justin flew off the rails after he voiced his grievances about the star’s erratic driving.

He alleges Justin spit in his face and yelled, “Get the f**k out of here. I’m gonna f**king kill you," before members of his security team escorted him off the singer’s property, located in the upscale suburb of Calabasas.

TMZ reports Justin is insistent he never attacked the man nor did he angrily eject saliva onto his neighbour’s face. The singer also contends the complainant was actively trespassing throughout the incident.
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Tuesday, 02. April 2013