Justin Bieber Bucket Video F-Bomb Leads to Bill Clinton Apology

Thursday, 11 Jul 2013 11:20 AM

By Clyde Hughes

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Teen singer Justin Bieber has apparently kissed and made up with Bill Clinton after a video was posted of him peeing in a bucket and f-bombing the former president.

The controversy started with a video posted by TMZ that reportedly shows Justin Bieber relieving himself in a mop bucket in the kitchen of a New York City restaurant and cursing Bill Clinton. TMZ said the incident was recorded earlier in the year.

After peeing in the bucket, Bieber squirted a liquid on a photo of Clinton hanging on a nearby wall photo and said "F— Bill Clinton" and ran out the door, according to USA Today.

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TMZ laid into Bieber over the video, calling him "an oblivious, self-important little twit who goes out of his way to make the working man's life miserable . . ."

USA Today reported that Bieber indicated he had talked with Clinton on Wednesday with the Twitter comment: "@billclinton thanks for taking the time to talk Mr. President. Your words meant alot. #greatguy."

E! News reported that sources told them Bieber reached out to Clinton to apologize and even offered his help to support the Clinton Global Initiative.

Extra wrote that Clinton took Bieber's bad behavior toward him in stride and accepted the singer's apology. Extra reported that its source told them that Clinton and Bieber "had a great conversation."

The Clinton Global Initiative, established in 2005 by the former president, brings together world leaders to address issues global issues and create strategies to deal with the problems. Some 150 heads of state, 20 Nobel Prize winners and numerous business and nonprofit leaders have meet at meetings sponsored by CGI since its inception, according to the initiative's website.

Bieber's attempt to reconcile with Clinton is seen as one of few positive steps the singer has made to rectify a steady stream of bad publicity of late.

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E! News reported that Bieber drew the ire of Chicago Blackhawks fans when a photo of him standing on the team's logo while the singer took a picture of the Stanley Cup was tweeted out. The photo was taken before a scheduled concert at the United Center, home of the NHL champions.

Team spokesman Brandon Faber said Bieber's stepping on the logo was "inadvertent" and he apologized afterward, E! News reported.

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