Pop star Justin Bieber seems to be a bit angry.
So he took to his Instagram account yesterday to vent his frustrations.
"I'm tired of all the countless lies in the press right now," Bieber wrote.
He went on to write, "I'm a good person with a big heart. And I don't think I deserve all this negative press..."
The negative press comes after his late concert appearance in London (he kept his fans waiting 2 hours!), cancellations, and reported heated exchanges with photographers.
Bieber is upset with reports that "I'm going to rehab and my family is disappointed in me," he wrote in his message. He also takes a jab at Lindsay Lohan in a first draft of the message, which was quickly erased.
But in this digital age, an erased message is not necessarily gone for good. The press has obtained the information he deleted.
"And to those comparing me to Lindsey Lohan," he wrote. "Look at her 2012 tax statements ;)"
Bieber's explanation for deleting the Lohan stuff in the first draft?
"My post was only up for a few minutes but I realized right away that what I said at the end was wrong and distracted from what I was trying to say," Bieber said in a written statement his representative sent to MTV News.
What do you think of the rant?
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