Are you ready for a modern day “Billie Jean” as done by The Biebs? Justin Bieber was discussing his upcoming album Believe with reporters in London, and the singer let it slip that one of his new tracks was inspired by Mariah Yeater, the 20-year-old woman who claimed Bieber was the father of her child. “There’s a song about that girl that said she was gonna have my baby,” Bieber reportedly told reporters while in London. “There are songs about things I’m going through. I wrote songs about different situations.”
Bieber has apparently been thinking quite a bit of Yeater recently, as he randomly took to Twitter to throw a few jabs at her. “Dear mariah yeeter…we have never met…so from the heart i just wanted to say…”, he wrote on April 21, linking to audio of actor Sacha Baron Cohen as his character Borat chanting “You will never get this! You will never get this!”
Bieber’s Believe won’t just be about baby mama drama — the 18-year-old pop star also revealed he collaborated with fellow Canadian Drake on a track called “Right Here”, produced by Hit-Boy.
“It’s a smash,” Justin said of the tune. “People are gonna love it. It just rides so smoothly. It’s me and Drake, so it’s good.” MSN got an early listen to the song, and described it as being “Drake-like”, calling it “a swaggerific slice of ballsy hip-hop-swaying R&B.”
The album, Bieber’s follow-up to last year’s Christmas album Under The Mistletoe, also includes collaborations with Ludacris, Kanye West, Taylor Swift, Timbaland, Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins and Diplo.
Justin Bieber’s Believe drops June 19. The album’s lead single is the Top 10 hit “Boyfriend”, whose video we cannot believe has yet to premiere.