September 27, 2013 11:30

Justin Bieber gets whipped by Zach Galifianakis during Funny Or Die interview - watch

Galifianakis also mocks the singer's music, hairstyle and recent 'public meltdown'

Justin Bieber gets whipped by Zach Galifianakis during Funny Or Die interview - watch

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Justin Bieber has taken part in an irreverent interview with Zach Galifianakis as part of Funny Or Die's Between Two Ferns series. Watch it below.

During the five-minute interview, Galifianakis mocks Bieber's music, youthful appearance, hairstyle, recent "public meltdown" and notorious comment about Anne Frank: "Hopefully she would have been a Belieber."

After becoming frustrated with Bieber's attitude during the interview, Galifianakis tells the singer: "You're too young to be smoking pot, pee-peeing in buckets and driving up and down the highway. I don't think your mum would really mind if a stranger whipped her son." He then unfastens his belt and begins to whip the singer.

Meanwhile, Bieber has recently contributed a verse to a rap track. The pop singer's unlikely guest spot comes on the track 'Lolly' by Detroit rapper Maejor Ali, which also features former Three 6 Mafia hip-hop star Juicy J. Listen to it here.

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