Kingston explained the plot of the video during a set visit with Rap-up.com. "The video is basically about this girl trying to play both of us and at the end ... we end up both at the same place at one time, and she's left with a stupid look on her face," he explained. The video was shot at a house in the Hollywood Hills, and in it, Bieber is seen at a pool party holding hands, goofing around and dancing with a girl.
Kingston, who has confessed to having "Bieber fever," explains how he came to work with the chart-topping pop star. "I met Justin about two years ago before he was the teenage phenom that he is now," he said. "I don't really have that same chemistry with some celebrities. God just made it happen."
So, what kind of advice does Kingston have for his pal? "I tell him stay humble, keep God first and at the end of the day you're a role model," he advised. But that doesn't mean he won't let Bieber play around with his Ferrari. "He's Justin Bieber. If he wrecks it, I'm sure a check won't be a problem," Kingston joked.
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