Justin Bieber's famous friend and mentor Usher has played down the teenager's recent 'baby' drama, insisting: "It comes with the territory." The 17-year-old pop sensation hit headlines earlier this month after Mariah Yeater, 20, claimed he was the father of her son, Tristyn.
Yeater has since dropped a paternity lawsuit and Bieber has voluntarily undergone a DNA test to put an end to the scandal, although she has since demanded a second DNA test be carried out in her presence. However, R&B star Usher seems unconcerned, insisting being the subject of false allegations is a by-product of fame.
He tells TMZ.com, "It comes with the territory, man." When asked if he has ever faced similar accusations from fame-hungry females, he replied, "Not too much."
Despite Yeater dropping the paternity lawsuit she had filed against Bieber, the heartthrob, who is dating Selena Gomez, nand his team of lawyers still intend to go ahead with suing Yeater for the false allegations. Matthew Hiltzik, Justin Bieber’s publicist, explained, "We intend to still hold them (Yeater and her lawyers) accountable"
Bieber has recently released the official music video for Fa La La Christmas, a collaboration with Boyz II Men, and is concentrationg on his music.