Justin Bieber did not punch a DJ's manager in South Korea over the weekend, despite claims he had taken a ''cheap shot'' at him.
Justin Bieber did not take a ''cheap shot'' at a man in South Korea over the weekend.
The 'Never Say Never' singer got into an altercation with British DJ Michael Woods and his manager, but a source has told website Gossip Cop the teen star never threw a punch.
An insider added there is ''no truth'' to claims of an attack and ''Everyone had a lot of fun at the party''.
The argument was reportedly sparked when Justin, 19, ''muscled'' into the DJ booth and requested Michael play hip hop tracks.
In a twitter rant on Saturday (12.10.13) he wrote: ''Next time u wanna take a cheap shot at my Tour Manager @justinbieber stick around to follow it thru instead of runnin off like a lil p***y.
''Story is @justinbieber + his army of heavy security muscled in to the booth half way thru my set in S. Korea demanding hip hop...
''So when I told @justinbieber to f**k off and put some clothes on he took a cheap shot at my tour manager and fled behind a wall of security (sic)''
Justin was celebrating at the club after performing in the country as part of his 'Believe' tour.
Meanwhile, the pop superstar has finally made progress in getting on the right side of his neighbours in the gated community in Calabasas, Los Angeles, when he lives, by toning down his wild partying and erratic driving.
His neighbour, former NFL star Eric Dickerson, told TMZ: ''Let's just say, it's gotten better.''
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