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Justin Bieber urinates in mop bucket, curses Bill Clinton

Justin Bieber urinates in mop bucket, curses Bill Clinton

Justin Bieber was caught on video urinating into a mop bucket and cursing at Bill Clinton. Photo: WENN

In a video obtained by TMZ, Justin Bieber is shown laughing as he urinates into a yellow mop bucket and curses at a photo of Bill Clinton.

The video was shot earlier this year in the kitchen of a New York City nightclub, TMZ reports. The teen star was exiting out of the kitchen when he apparently decided he needed to relieve himself right then and there.

After he finishes, he sprays a photo of Bill Clinton with a spray bottle and says “F*** Bill Clinton,” before the video ends.

It’s just the latest in a string of bad choices for Justin Bieber but … what’s his beef with Bill Clinton?

Watch for yourself!

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