Justin Bieber Apologizes After Peeing in a Bucket and Dissing Bill Clinton

The pop star called the former president personally to say he was sorry for his latest stupid antics

Bill Clinton has made his fair share of mistakes, so it may come as no surprise that the former president has forgiven pop star Justin Bieber for his own stupidity.

After a video of the singer urinating in a mop bucket and saying “f**k Bill Clinton” surfaced online (yes, you read that correctly, and fair warning: the video is NSFW), Bieber decided to do some damage control. According to Us Weekly, the Biebs called Clinton personally to apologize for his actions.

An insider revealed that the former head of state wasn’t offended by the video after all. Clinton reportedly told the singer, “If that is the worst thing you have ever done, all is well.” After Bieber told the former president that the embarrassing video was sold to TMZ by “some friends,” Clinton offered this advice: “Watch your friends.” The insider also said that Bieber showed interest in working with Clinton’s Global Initiative to show how determined he was to make things right.

The "Beauty and a Beat" singer also took to Twitter to show his appreciation for Clinton’s forgiveness. “@billclinton thanks for taking the time to talk Mr. President. Your words meant alot. #greatguy,” the heartthrob tweeted July 10. The tweet has since been deleted.

Considering Bieber's recent track record, we think he should definitely take Clinton's words to heart. Because you're obviously doing something wrong when Funny or Die makes a Wacky Headline Generator for what crazy antics you may get into next. Will Bieber burp on a dog dish and say, "Al Gore smells"? Let's hope not! 

Ashley Smalls is an iVillage contributing writer. Find her on Google+.

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