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Justin Bieber Explains Bizarre Behavior

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Justin Bieber seems to be well on his way to a breakdown, an idea that's been reinforced by a recent interview with Us Magazine in which he says that he's neither bad nor old, as if those two go hand in hand. EXCEPT WITH JIMMY SAVILE.

Anyway, here's what Justin had to say. It's mostly understandable, but unfortunately it doesn't change the fact that, just like most 19 year old boys, he is a arrogant little turd:

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"The biggest misconception about me is that I'm a bad person. I get upset about that. I have a big heart. I want to be a good role model, but some people want me to fail."

ON BEING TOPLESS IN LONDON

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"I still had part of my tour wardrobe on and was rushing into my hotel," explains the "Boyfriend" singer, who was photographed shirtless again in an airport in Poland on March 25.

ON BEING SICK IN LONDON (BUT NOT FROM DRUGS)

"I passed out from the flu. The worst thing to me is disappointing my fans -- we only had five songs left -- so they gave me oxygen, and I decided to finish the show and then go to the hospital. The show must go on."

ON WEARING A GAS MASK

"[It's] a joke with my friends. I wanted to hide my face from all the cameras. They got it as a joke. My friends and I like messing around."

ON HIS IMPENDING PSYCHOTIC BREAK

"I'm young and I make mistakes. That's part of growing up. I mess up sometimes. It's part of growing up. I know who I am and I'm not gonna let negativity towards me bring me down. I'm a positive person and I plan on staying that way. This business can break you down, but I have a strong team around me, and my family and all the fans. The love overcomes the negativity. I'm not perfect but I'm growing and trying to be better everyday. That's part of life."

ON BEING YOUNG AND HAVING FUN

"I'm young and I want to have fun. I don't think there is anything wrong with that. I'm thinking about my next album, next tour. Or maybe I'll take a break. I'm figuring it out. Isn't that what you're supposed to do at 19?"

Imagine if all badly behaved teenagers had to issue regular apologies like the one above. The world would be a better place.