Justin Bieber has been criticised for being rude and mocking the English accent during an album playback session in London this week.
The teen star was in the UK to promote his new album 'Believe' on Monday, holding a listening party for the album with 200 journalists and media types which was hosted by The Voice presenter Reggie Yates.
However, Bieber has been criticised for his attitude during the playback after he snapped at his manager and was far from polite to Yates when questioned about the similarities between his new single 'Boyfriend' and Justin Timberlake's solo material.
The Mirror reports that Justin 'scowled' at the accusation before saying: “I sound nothing like Justin Timberlake. It’s a really, really, really good song."
Later in the playback Justin answered questions put to him by journalists in an English accent, adding: “It’s ‘think’ with a ‘th’, not an ‘f’.”
Justin Bieber's album 'Believe' is released on June 19th. It was revealed yesterday that there is likely to be a song on the album that tackles the paternity test Bieber was handed last year.
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