Justin Bieber and Bill Clinton Talk Out the Bucket Incident

Jul 11, 2013  •  Post A Comment

Justin Bieber’s videotaped peeing-in-a-bucket display apparently caught the attention of Bill Clinton, who wound up having a conversation with the pop star about the incident, according to media reports.

Clinton was mentioned — and not in a good way — during Bieber’s outburst, as previously reported, with the pop star spraying a cleaning substance on a photo of Clinton and shouting, "(F-bomb) Bill Clinton" just before running out the door of the New York restaurant where the incident took place.

USA Today reports: "On Wednesday evening, the pop star apparently reached out to Clinton to apologize. Bieber tweeted: ‘@billclinton thanks for taking the time to talk Mr. President. Your words meant alot. #greatguy.’"

Clinton did not respond with a tweet of his own, but the report confirms that a conversation took place between Clinton and Bieber.

"Extra reports that Bieber said he was sorry for disrespecting him. The two, who have met before, were said to have had a ‘great conversation’ and that Clinton accepted the apology," USA Today reports.

The piece adds: "E! reports that Clinton said something along the lines of: ‘If that is the worst thing you have ever done, all is well.’ And that Bieber offered to help out with the Clinton Foundation."

If you haven’t seen the video of the bucket incident yet, you can click here to see it.

3 Comments

  1. Justin isn’t even adult enough to know that ‘a lot’ consists of two words. There is no such word as ‘alot’.

  2. It’s interesting that Bill played along with the damage control efforts of an immature pop star who can’t hold his alcohol. One suspects that the key item here is that Bieber “offered” to help with CGI. Let’s hope that Bill actually extracted a pledge out of this dork to help a worthy cause.

  3. Clearly, there has not been any psoitive parenting for this talentless tween. What has become of us when we are so hung up on adolescent immaturity.

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