REPORT: Justin Bieber apologizes to Bill Clinton following TMZ video

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REPORT: Justin Bieber apologizes to Bill Clinton following TMZ video

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Justin Bieber has reportedly apologized to former President Bill Clinton for the derogatory language he used with his name in a TMZ video that leaked on Wednesday. 

A source has confirmed to "E! News" that Bieber spoke to Clinton personally after the video of him goofing off with friends in a restaurant kitchen went viral.  Clinton reportedly accepted his apology, but also took a moment to speak to the 19-year-old pop star about the importance of using his fame to do good for the world.  Apparently Bieber offered himself up to the Clinton Global Initiative, telling the President he would love to help in any way he could.  The insider also says that Clinton warned the singer about the type of people to keep in his life, as video supposedly had been given to "TMZ" by a former friend.  

It's being reported that the Biebs later tweeted Clinton to thank him for "taking the time to talk" and to say that his "words meant a lot."  The tweets were later deleted from his page, but he did tell his 40-million followers that he was trying to "stay strong" and "learn to be better." 


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