Don’t p*ss off the Biebs – or he’ll write a song about you. Justin Beiber
shows that he is apparently still harboring some resentment against Mariah Yeater
, the woman who claimed last year that Bieber was the father of her child. For those of you living under a rock, Yeater was a big liar and the claims were proven false.
The 18-year-old “Baby, Baby” singer told reporters in London at a listening party this week that he wrote a song about (not for) Yeater that may or may not go onto his new album, Believe.
"There's a song about that girl that said she was gonna have my baby, Mariah Yeater," Bieber said. "There are songs about things I'm going through. I wrote songs about different situations."
Bieber shared that he has recorded a whopping 40 songs for Believe
, including some collaborations with Taylor Swift, Drake, and Kanye West. Bieber is not revealing which songs will appear on the new album.
"It's so cool to do different styles and step out of my comfort zone."
"Every song has a piece of me, it's hard to pick," Bieber said. "I wrote almost all of them or co-wrote them."
Last November, 20-year-old Yeater publically accused Bieber of being the father of her 3-month-old son. Yeater claimed she had unprotected sex with the then-17-year-old star in a backstage bathroom. The claim rocked Bieber fans, as the alleged action was the antithesis of the pop star’s otherwise squeaky-clean image.
Beiber’s representative responded in a written statement to Us Weekly,
"…it’s sad that someone would fabricate malicious, defamatory, and demonstrably false claims. We will vigorously pursue all available legal remedies to defend and protect Justin against these allegations."
Bieber also immediately denied the accusations, claiming he had never even met Yeater. He appeared on the Today
show and told Matt Lauer, "I know I'm going to be a target, but I'm never going to be a victim ... But to set the record straight, none of it is true. Never met the woman."
Proving he had nothing to hide, Bieber complied to an unrequired paternity test and threatened to take Yeater to court over her little publicity stunt. The paternity suit has presumably been dropped.
We would love to hear what the singer has to say to Yeater, and how that translates to song, so here’s hoping he opts to include the track on Believe
, due to hit stores this June.
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