Justin Bieber Posts Message To His Paternity Accuser

Bieber sends a Borat-themed tweet to the California woman who accused him of fathering her child.

Justin Bieber went on a bit of a Twitter spree over the weekend, telling his millions of followers that it was time for a "RANDOMTWITTERHOUR."

While many of his tweets relayed innocuous thoughts on topics like Chuck Norris' pajamas, his feelings about the content of fruit salad and how his track "Boyfriend" is really about the migration of birds, there was one tweet in particular that stands out.

At the end of his "Random Twitter Hour," Bieber had this message for Mariah Yeater, the California woman who accused Bieber in late 2011 of being her baby's father. "And now #RANDOMTWITTERHOUR has come to an end....last one....," he wrote. "Dear mariah yeeter [sic]...we have never met...so from the heart i just wanted to say..."

He then tweeted to an audio link from the 2006 film "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan," in which Borat says, "You will never get this, you will never get it, la la la la la la. He behind his cage. He cries, he cries and everybody laughs. She goes, 'You never get this.' But one time he break cage and he 'get this' and then we all laugh. High five!"

Bieber wasn't lying about his tweets being random as there hasn't been any news on the Yeater/paternity front since late November when Yeater promised to submit her son for a paternity test, despite the paternity suit having been dropped. The tweet does stay on message with Bieber's denial that he had anything to do with Yeater or her baby.

The pop singer maintained his position on the paternity accusation during the entire process, even taking his own DNA test to prove that he wasn't the baby's father. "As far as the whole baby situation, it's unfortunate that it had to happen like that," he said in an interview at the height of the allegations. "People make false accusations, but things happen in this industry, and you have to keep your head high and be positive."