The world's reigning teen idol might have just insulted Indonesia, the world's largest muslim nation, by calling it "some random country."
Apparently, the statement was made during the press conference at the London premiere of the singer's third album, in which Bieber had commented on the track "Be Alright." According to the Mirror, the singer said that the track was recorded "in some random country" where the studio staff "didn't know what they were doing."
Things got really awkward when manager Scooter Braun clarified that Bieber was indeed referring to Indonesia. Not surprisingly, the comments left plenty of Indonesian fans pretty peeved. The "official" Bieber Indonesia Twitter account demanded that Bieber and Braun to confirm reports of his diss, to which the singer replied:
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