Justin Bieber Threatened Over The Release Of Personal Footage Stolen This Week - Video

12 October 2012, 11:49 | Updated: 12 October 2012, 12:13

The singer has exchanged messages with a Twitter user claiming he plans to release unseen footage of Justin.

Justin Bieber is being threatened with the release of several personal videos from his recently stolen laptop and camera by an unknown Twitter user.

The 'Boyfriend' singer posted an exchange of words with user @gexwy yesterday (11th October), after they claimed to have more footage they are planning to release later today (12th October).

The user posted several YouTube links to videos showing the Canadian pop star, including one showing him playing a prank backstage at a concert that involved him pouring protein powder over a nearby sleeping friend.

"@justinbieber I have them all. read your dms," @gexwy tweeted to Justin on Thursday, suggesting he had sent a private message to the pop star making demands to prevent the release of the footage.

"@justinbieber I got your stupid dms. I don't think so. gonna show the world. TOMORROW!" the user then replied, before adding: "TOMORROW. u've been warnd. should of listened @justinbieber."

Justin then stopped replying to the user and instead posted a message to all of his followers on Twitter saying he was "too strong" to be threatened.

"@gexwy no matter what you have and what you post tomorrow I know my fans won't leave me. screw it. #toostrong," Justin wrote.

"@haha. that is what you think. we will see tomorrow at NOON. last chance," @gexwy wrote as a final warming, before adding a message to Justin's fans: "And the rest of you can just shut up. U have no idea what I have and when you see tomorrow u will feel different."

View a picture of Justin Bieber performing live on his 'Believe' tour last week below (Credit: Getty):

Earlier this week Justin revealed his laptop and camera had been taken from the backstage area during his concert at the Tacoma Dome in Washington State on Tuesday (9th October), and lamented that people should respect both his privacy and his property.

It has also been rumoured that today will mark the unveiling of Justin Bieber's music video for 'Beauty & A Beat', his team-up single with Nicki Minaj.