Singer Justin Bieber watches the Miami Heat take on the Indiana Pacers on June 3 in Miami.
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(USA TODAY) After Justin Bieber's peeing-in-a-bucket-and-cursing-Bill-Clinton video surfaced on TMZ on Wednesday, the pop star apparently reached out to the former president to make amends.
In the video, Bieber, 19, is seen squirting a spray bottle with blue liquid at a photo of Clinton hanging on a wall in a restaurant. He says, "(F-bomb) Bill Clinton" before running out the door.
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On Wednesday evening, the pop star apparently reached out to Clinton to apologize. Bieber tweeted: "@billclinton thanks for taking the time to talk Mr. President. Your words meant alot. #greatguy."
Clinton didn't tweet back, but we can confirm that the conversation did take place.
Extra reports that Bieber said he was sorry for disrespecting him. The two, who have met before, were said to have had a "great conversation" and that Clinton accepted the apology.
E! reports that Clinton said something along the lines of: "If that is the worst thing you have ever done, all is well." And that Bieber offered to help out with the Clinton Foundation.
Ann Oldenburg, USA TODAY