Justin Bieber Apologizes For Smoking Weed On ‘Saturday Night Live’

Justin Bieber Apologizes For Smoking Weed On ‘Saturday Night Live’
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Justin Bieber used his appearance on Saturday Night Live this past weekend to address publicly and apologize for his use of marijuana.

In a sketch in which he played the president of the Miley Cyrus fan club…Justin describes himself in the third person as a “douche” before touching on his notorious marijuana incident.

“I also heard he [me] got busted for smoking weed and he’s really sorry about it and people make mistakes and he’s never gonna do it again, ” he said in the sketch.

The pop star made headlines when pictures of him smoking a blunt with a friend at a party surfaced online…sparking accusations that Justin was setting a bad example for his youthful fan base.

In his own defense, Justin sent a message to his 32.7 million Twitter followers saying that he was still a kid and would make mistakes!

“Everyday growing and learning. Trying to be better. U get knocked down, u get up,” he wrote.

“I see all of u. I hear all of u. I never want to let any of you down. I love u. and thank u. #beliebers.”

Ashton Tyler | Elite. 

Photo Credit: Kevin Mazur/WireImage

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