Justin Bieber Vents Frustration on Twitter

Star criticizes media for publishing 'false stories to sell papers'

Justin Bieber
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March 7, 2013 3:20 PM ET

Following a hectic few days in London, Justin Bieber vented his frustration on Twitter, where he decried "fake stories [used] to sell papers" that "make no mention of the positive."

Bieber has recently tweeted about what he called his "worst birthday," got called out by actress Olivia Wilde who told him to "put [his] fucking shirt on" and caught flack for showing up two hours late to a show at London's O2 Arena.

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"Rumors rumors and more rumors," Bieber tweeted. "nothing more nothing less. might talk about them 1 day. rt now im just gonna be positive can't bring me down." He continued, "as long as my family, friends and fans r with me u can say whatever. we are all equal in God's eyes & we have a responsibility to each other."

Declaring he was going to keep things positive, unlike the press, Bieber went on to address specific stories: "or say when i came out of my show with my shirt off because after performing for 2 hours i might be sweaty i was going into a club (really?) . . . or any girl i stand next to is my girl or that i dont care, or that i dont feel, or that a 19 year old going to a club in europe is wild . . ."

"I understand it is part of the job to be judged," Bieber wrote towards the end of his rant, "but judge me on the facts, judge me on the music, and be careful of the judgement [sic] you pass."

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