In news likely to break the hearts of many thousands of his local fans, teenage pop sensation Justin Bieber has reportedly “insulted” Indonesia during an event to premiere his new album in London.
British tabloid The Mirror reported that Bieber — adored by countless fans throughout the country — “flew into the UK on a promo mission… but mocked the [English] accent, insulted [Indonesia] and threw a hissy fit instead.”
The paper reported that the superrich 18-year-old plucked from obscurity to become one of the world’s most recognizable faces arrived at London’s Supperclub to promote his new album, Believe.
The irritated teen reportedly demanded his music be played immediately and then complained about the sound system before turning his attentions to Indonesia as he described his process creating the album.
“I was in some random country,” Bieber begins, as his manager Scott “Scooter” Braun, interjects: “Indonesia.”
“I recorded it in a studio,” continues Justin. “Some little place. They didn’t know what they were doing.”