Justin Bieber Writes 'Believe' Song About Mariah Yeater's Paternity Suit
26 April 2012, 10:12
The 'Mistletoe' singer says he has written a track about being accused of fathering a child with a fan last year.
Justin Bieber has revealed he has penned a song for new album 'Believe' about the women who filed a paternity suit against him in 2011.
The 'Boyfriend' singer was accused of fathering a child with a woman called Mariah Yeater in November last year, fervently denying the claims, and the paternity suit was later dropped.
"I've written a song about that whole situation with that girl who said she was gonna have my baby, Mariah Yeater," Justin revealed to reporters at a playback for his album 'Believe' this week. "It's about everything I've gone through.
The 'Never Say Never' singer also revealed he wrote or co-wrote around 40 songs for the album, meaning it is unknown whether the song about Mariah Yeater will make it onto the final tracklisting for 'Believe'.
On Tuesday (24th April) Justin confirmed to Capital FM that the music video for his current single 'Boyfriend' will be unveiled next week, and his manager Scooter Braun later announced a premiere date of Wednesday 2nd May.
Yesterday (25th April) it was revealed that both Justin and Lady Gaga will feature in cameos for the upcoming sci-fi comedy Men In Black 3, starring Will Smith, Emma Thompson and Tommy Lee Jones.
Justin Bieber is set to release his third studio album 'Believe' on 18th June.