Charlie Puth Apologizes For Yelling “F*ck You, Justin Bieber” At Performance…And Then Took It Back?

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Charlie Puth is sorry ya’ll! The singer-songwriter was forced to apologize to Justin Bieber after yelling profanities about the pop singer. It all started when Puthwo was in Texas for a tour stop was singing his duet with Selena Gomez “We Don’t Talk Anymore,” the out of nowhere…he yelled in the mic, “F*ck you, Justin Bieber!” Oops!

Well Bielieber fans were not happy and took to social media to slam Puth. He later put put an apology on Twitter, “I am a massive @JustinBieber fan and I have nothing but great things to say about him and his music always. Please find it in your heart to forgive me and know that this is coming from a real place. I am not a mean person.”

He later added, “I am very sorry if I offended anyone, and mostly to Justin. His work is inspiring. I would never intentionally or publicly bash him. I was bullied where things like this were said to me all the time, pretty much all of my life until the end of high school.” Then he deleted his tweets…WTF! So us he sorry or not?

He also tweeted and deleted,

“Hi everyone. I wanted to clear something up. I tweeted this early this morning, but I thought it would be much more effective if I wrote this in one cohesive note rather than a series of tweets. What I said at the concert about Justin last night was meant to be lighthearted, and sounded so in my mind at the time, but of course hearing it now it sounded mean and uncalled for, which it was. My goal in life as a person and as an artists is to never exchange hateful vernacular between other artists, or anyone for that matter. The thematic and lyrical element that lies in the song I wrote entitled ‘We Don’t Talk Anymore’ hits very close to home for me and I let my emotions get the best of me last night mid song. I hope his fans can accept my apology and realize that people do make mistakes and that I wouldn’t be human if I didn’t make any. I deeply apologize for my words.”



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