Justin Bieber Responds to Reports Accusing Him of Bratty and Disruptive Behavior

He’s one of entertainment world’s more recognizable faces, but some are saying that Justin Bieber’s teenage super-stardom has gone straight to his head.

While talking with FOX News, a source revealed that the 17-year-old singer created quite a scene while aboard a recent American Airlines flight from L.A. to Asia.

Allegedly refusing to adhere to the plane’s policies, the eyewitness explained, “He then gave the staff a really hard time the whole flight, nobody could believe it. And then at the end, the Captain introduced himself to Justin and kindly asked for an autograph, and he rudely refused.”

As word of his disruptive behavior began to swirl amidst numerous reports of “bratty” behavior elsewhere, TMZ went to Justin to get his side of the story.

When asked about the given incidents, the Biebs shrugged off the accusations, telling, “I don’t think you should believe everything you hear … people make stuff up all the time,” adding, “Supposedly I’m dead today … that’s the rumor.”

On a more positive note, Justin Bieber had nothing but praise for girlfriend Selena Gomez when he was interviewed outside the Teen Choice Awards on Sunday night (August 7th).

The teen heart throb has become more and more vocal about his love for the 18-year-old singer and actress ever since the two confirmed their relationship earlier this year.

During his red carpet arrival, Justin predicted that Gomez would be a show stealer, as he confidently stated, “Best performance of the night, Selena Gomez!”

The Biebs also explained that the “Who Says” songstress is easy to love because she’s a down-to-earth, genuine person.

During the show, the twosome didn’t hold back on the PDA – as Justin and Selena shared numerous smooches while cuddling throughout the festivities – during which both took home multiple surfboards.

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