Justin Bieber Fires Back After Being 'Harassed' In Deposition

After videos from his deposition were released on Monday, Bieber takes to Twitter to defend himself.

Even after a five-hour deposition, Justin Bieber still has some things he wants to say.

Videos were released on Monday (March 10) of a deposition showing the pop star getting a bit heated following questions surrounding a civil lawsuit case claiming that Bieber, along with his bodyguards, roughed up a paparazzo and attempted to take a memory card from his camera.

Bieber, who is seen in one video getting upset over questions about on-again off-again girlfriend Selena Gomez, took to Twitter several hours after the videos were released to defend himself claiming that people "love to twist" and "justify horrible actions of others."

Shortly after, Bieber sent a more positive message to his Beliebers, saying that they "can't break us" because they are "too strong."

It's been a busy few days for the Biebs, who, after reuniting with Gomez in McAllen, Texas, made his way over to SXSW in Austin, where he put on a surprise performance at manager Scooter Braun's showcase.

The singer serenaded a crowd at Banger's Sausage House & Beer Garden with a performance of "Boyfriend" and "As Long As You Love Me," which he reportedly dedicated to his "baby," seemingly referring to Gomez.

He went on to perform a 20-minute freestyle alongside Cody Simpson, Dan + Shay and MTV Artists To Watch Tori Kelly and Rixton.

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