In this Sept. 30, 2014 file photo, Justin Bieber leaves an event in Paris. Bieber has apologized for his bad behavior in a new video posted to Facebook. The singer says in a 2-minute video posted Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015 that his arrogant and conceited attitude over the last two years was just to cover up his true feelings. The 20-year-old was heavily booed at the Fashion Rocks event last year and his recent Calvin Klein ad was ridiculed. His tumultuous behavior has ranged from a DUI arrest to egg-tossing vandalism to lashing with a paparazzo.
In this Sept. 30, 2014 file photo, Justin Bieber leaves an event in Paris. Bieber has apologized for his bad behavior in a new video posted to Facebook. The singer says in a 2-minute video posted Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015 that his arrogant and conceited attitude over the last two years was just to cover up his true feelings. The 20-year-old was heavily booed at the Fashion Rocks event last year and his recent Calvin Klein ad was ridiculed. His tumultuous behavior has ranged from a DUI arrest to egg-tossing vandalism to lashing with a paparazzo. Zacharie Scheurer AP
In this Sept. 30, 2014 file photo, Justin Bieber leaves an event in Paris. Bieber has apologized for his bad behavior in a new video posted to Facebook. The singer says in a 2-minute video posted Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015 that his arrogant and conceited attitude over the last two years was just to cover up his true feelings. The 20-year-old was heavily booed at the Fashion Rocks event last year and his recent Calvin Klein ad was ridiculed. His tumultuous behavior has ranged from a DUI arrest to egg-tossing vandalism to lashing with a paparazzo. Zacharie Scheurer AP
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