Justin Bieber is being accused of badgering a nightclub DJ from London.
Michael Woods, a London based producer specializing in techno beats, took to his Twitter page to recount the night that Bieber, the 19-year-old Canadian crooner, assaulted him in South Korea recently.
"Story is @justinbieber + his army of heavy security muscled in to the booth half way thru my set in S. Korea demanding hip hop…, (SIC)" Woods tweeted. "So when I told @justinbieber to (expletive) off (expletive) and put some clothes on he took a cheap shot at my tour manager and fled behind a wall of security."
Another famed DJ, Deadmau5, took to Twitter to speak out against Bieber's alleged antics.
"Someone needs to jump on Justin's stage and start telling him what to play. I apologize on behalf of Canada," Deadmau5 tweeted. "Dear @justinbieber, would you grow the (expletive) up already? In the meantime, put a shirt on, and stay away from nightclubs."
While Bieber did not defend himself on the social networking website, his fans lashed out at Woods with threats. However, the producer based in the United Kingdom seemed amused when tweeting about the backlash he received after revealing that the incident took place.
"I'm really upset about all the beliebers hating me right now. Really upset," Woods tweeted. "I've woken up to what appears to be worldwide EDM fans vs beliebers. Get ready for WWIII"
Earlier this month, Bieber was cleared of charges stemming from reckless driving and allegedly spitting on a neighbor after there was a lack of evidence to pin the crimes on him. Pattie Mallette, the mother of Bieber, has stood up for her son amid media scrutiny, saying that many are overlooking how many good things he does.
"(I'm) not naïve to think that my child is perfect and making all the best decisions of his life," Mallette told Bravo host Andy Cohen on "Watch What Happens Live" last summer. "I definitely think he's getting a bad rap ... He knows what I disagree with, and he knows all the things that I'm really proud of him for, too. I mean, people don't talk about all the great things he does every day."