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It seems that drama is always following Justin Bieber these days.
The 19-year-old pop star attended the Los Angeles premiere for his documentary film Believe on Wednesday, Dec. 18 at L.A. Live, where the singer bailed on interviews with all major media outlets with the exception of the premiere's official livestream on MTV.
His interview has since been removed from the site (although the clip has popped up on YouTube). It's unclear why the Bieb's conversation with MTV News has been taken down, although it's safe to say it's not the singer's most eloquent of interviews.
When asked about the latest rumors that the "Baby" crooner's retiring, which were actually brought on by Justin himself, the singer simply replied, while wearing dark shades and smacking on chewing gum, "I don't know if that's a joke. I don't know."
As for the Bieb's resolutions in 2014?
"I want to figure out myself as a man," he said.
Justin also confessed he couldn't pick a favorite moment from the movie, and when questioned about any special behind-the-scenes moments that didn't make the final cut, he said with a smile, "You know, I got a bright future ahead of me. They'll see it eventually."
While the superstar was busy bailing on the rest of the press (his reps declined to comment on the media blackout), overzealous Beliebers apparently went wild, so much so that the fire marshall was forced to temporarily shut down the premiere.
Fans rushed the lobby of the theater, and the fire marshall started kicking people out, even ticketholders, according to a source.
When people were let back in, the movie had already started so many ticketholders saw only about half of movie. The source adds that there were firetrucks and cop cars in front of theater and fans were even hiding in the theater bathrooms during the chaos.
"At the end of the purple carpet there was a surge of fans that broke through the barrier and into the lobby of the Regal," LAFD spokesman Brian Humphrey tells E! News. "The lobby was secured by LAPD and site security staff. Our inspector oversaw the effort to calmly remove all persons from the lobby over a 20-minute period. Both ticketed and un-ticketed fans were removed. They then re-admitted properly ticketed patrons to enter the theater. There were no injuries."
He added: "It's protocol to have a fire marshall on site for safety and security for large events."
And of course, that's not the only glitch that went down at the premiere, as Justin teamed up with famous graffiti artist Alec Monopoly to tag a canvas next to the lavender-hued carpet although the spray-paint enthusiast, who was recently charged with vandalism in Brazil for his favorite hobby, couldn't compete his masterpiece because the can was out of paint.
As for why the Believe movie is important to J.B.?
"It's very important to me because I think the media and a lot of people have been talking and saying things that they really don't know because they're not in my life. They don't see behind the scenes," he told MTV. "And I'm able to speak for myself and tell them what's actually going on. I think that's why this movie is so important."
We only wish the Biebs would have spoken a bit more for himself last night.
—Reporting by Marcus Mulick