‘Done apologising’ for my mistakes: Justin Bieber

  • IANS, Los Angeles
  • Updated: Oct 28, 2015 15:39 IST
Justin Bieber took home five awards at the MTV Europe Music Awards, October 25, 2015. (AP)

Singer Justin Bieber may have been at the receiving end of a lot of criticism thanks to his various antics but the singer says he simply doesn’t care. He added that he is done with apologising for what wrong he has done till now.

The Sorry hitmaker has been arrested twice, run into legal battles among many other mishaps at just 21. He says he can understand why people would criticise him for his errors, but at the same time, he thinks they don’t realise how being a teenager and growing up in the spotlight makes things much more intensified, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

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“The fact that people weren’t open to me making mistakes was almost really hypocritical, because we all know, if you’re 19 and 20 and making mistakes -- of course I have access to a lot more stuff and I’m under a microscope, I got cameras on me all the time. So I understand, but I’m done really apologising,” Bieber said on a radio channel.

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Meanwhile, the singer has said elsewhere that Adele is “one person” he could see himself collaborating with in the future. He added that he has deep admiration for British singer.

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“If I could duet with one person it would probably be... I would say Adele. She’s talented. Everything she does is awesome,” Bieber said on KISS FM, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

Meanwhile, the Baby crooner shed light on his creative differences with another recent collaborator Kanye West, who worked on a track for his latest album Purpose but it didn’t make the cut.

And despite getting Kanye’s “opinion” on his new music, the singer didn’t admit it didn’t “match up” with his own.

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