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Justin Bieber says that he is still a buddy with Taylor Swift

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There is no problem at all between Justin Bieber (25) and Taylor Swift (29). That is, if we have to believe the What Do You Mean singer. “We have never had any problems with each other,” the newly-married Canadian tells to the paparazzi.

“Other people’s drama is not my drama”

“Other people’s drama is not my drama,” says Justin. With this the singer seems to refer to the drama between his manager Scooter Braun and Taylor. According to the singer, he bought her entire music portfolio without her knowledge. Taylor indicated that she was “sad” and “incredibly angry” that she could not become the owner of her self-written songs. Moreover, she accused Scooter of years of taunting. But Justin chose the side of his manager.

“Scooter has always been on your side since the day you were so kind to put me in your support act,” Justin said at the time. “Since then, we have had little conversation with each other, so we have been unable to finish our differences. So that you simply post this on social media and call on people to tease Scooter is simply unfair.” The singer continues extensively in his argument not to tease his manager, but decides a month ago to ridicule Taylor with a movie.

Taylor was a guest at The Tonight Show, where a video of her was shown shortly after an eye operation. The hilarious video went around the internet and Justin also saw the fun of it. In his own video, he imitated the Love Story singer, which did not come across well to the fans of Taylor. But it’s just right between Justin and Taylor right now, according to the Sorry singer. It remains to be seen how long the truce lasts this time.

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