Liam Gallagher: 'Justin Bieber rules!'

Beady Eye frontman defends the pop singer after he clashed with paparazzi

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Liam Gallagher has said "Justin Bieber rules", presumably defending the singer after he clashed with paparazzi this week.

The Beady Eye frontman declared his support for the Canadian pop singer on Twitter yesterday (March 9), as a video of the teen star lashing out at photographers outside a London hotel leaked on the internet.

Liam Gallagher tweeted:



In the video, which you can watch below, Bieber is challenged to a fight by the photographer who says "lose your fucking minders" shortly after telling the singer to "fuck off back to America" and calling him a "fucking moron". Bieber subsequently tweeted about the clash, saying that he is only human and that the photographer got the better of him.






Last week, Justin Bieber hit out at the British media for the treatment he has received since arriving in the UK for his recent live dates.

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