Bieber Song Baby Mama: Justin Pens Song About Yeater (VIDEO)

Despite facing allegations that he fathered Mariah Yeater's baby, Justin Bieber has penned song about the single mother who accused him on his new album.

Pop sensation Justin Bieber(Photo: Reuters/Brendan McDermid)Pop sensation Justin Bieber


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"There's a song about that girl that said she was gonna have my baby," Bieber reportedly explained to the media in London Monday.

Bieber's new album, "Believe," is expected in stores June 19.

"There are songs about things I'm going through," said the "Boyfriend" singer, according to several media publication in the U.K. "I wrote songs about different situations."

Last year, Yeater, 20, claimed that the then 17-year-old "Baby" singer had unprotected sex with her and was the father of her infant son, Tristan.

Bieber and his reps vehemently denied the allegations and the singer even took a DNA paternity test.

"I know I'm going to be a target, but I'm never going to be the victim," said Bieber at the time of the accusations. "But to set the record straight, none of it is true."

He added that he had "never met the woman," referring to Yeater.

As a result, Yeater withdrew her paternity case and the hype around the scandal died down.

Just two days ago, Bieber mentioned Yeater while posting on his Twitter account during #RandomTwitterHour.

"Dear Mariah Yeeter [sic]… we have never met… so from the heart I just wanted to say…" Wrote Bieber before he added a link to a video of Sacha Baron Cohen's "Borat" character repeating "You will never get this."

In past interviews, Bieber has revealed that "Believe" will also include tracks with artists such as Drake, Ludacris, Taylor Swift, and Kanye West on them.

"We've recorded like 40 songs," said the 18-year-old, according to BBC. "Every song has a piece of me, it's hard to pick. I wrote almost all of them or co-wrote them."