Justin Bieber says he is “detrimental to my own career” in obnoxious court videos


Justin Bieber is an easy target these days, and while it’s hard to comprehend what it must be like to be as young as he is and to have received so much attention and adoration – and what that could do to your head, the kid just can’t seem to get out of his own way.

New videos have surfaced from his recent deposition in relation to a case in which one of his bodyguards is alleged to have beat up a photog and they might very well be the most damaging to whatever benefit of the doubt the public, other than Beliebers, might have given him.

The pop star comes across as arrogant, impatient, disrespectful, self-entitled and on and on and on in the following clips TMZ released which cull down the over 4 1/2 hours of video to the highlights of Bieber’s lowlights.

Those defending Justin point out that the singer is endlessly subjected to questions by the photog’s attorneys that are put forth simply to try and get under his skin and that what we’re seeing is just what TMZ chose to present, aka the bad Bieber, from over 4 hours of testimony.

Check ’em out and you decide:

Arrogant Bieber:

Biebs says: “I don’t have to listen to anything you have to say.”

Love Sick Bieber:

As already reported, this is Justin losing his cool when asked about Selena Gomez. He eventually rips his mic off and storms out.

Biebs says: “Don’t ask me about her again.”

Contentious Bieber:

Biebs says: “This seems like a 60 Minute interview.”

Disrespectful Bieber:

Biebs says: “I was found on YouTube. I think I was detrimental to my own career.” He misspoke and meant to say “instrumental” and when he realizes his mistake he covers his face with his hand.

Annnnddddd then there is the following clip in which Justin demeans and curses out the court reporter, yes the court reporter, after she asks him to repeat himself after he quietly answers because she can’t make him out.

Biebs says: “I think ‘yes’ and ‘no’ are pretty f**king different.”

Do you think Justin had a right to act the way he did considering the circumstances?

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