As Justin Bieber continues travelling around Oz on his current ‘Purpose’ world tour, he has hit back at the Aussie media for pestering him. Specifically Channel 7 News in an unexpected fashion by umm… spoofing Aussie classic ‘Summer Heights High’.
Yesterday, the singer was caught on camera swearing at a cameraman (called Ben), and flipping the bird, as the news team attempted to get the popstar to answer their questions.
Check out the footage below:
— 7 News Queensland (@7NewsQueensland) March 14, 2017
Today, Bieber responded to the situation by combining footage from the segment, with his own impersonation of Chris Lilley’s Jonah Takalua, and posting the video to his Instagram account.
“I said ‘Puck You’ miss. There’s a difference between bullying and joking around, I was joking around,” Justin says on camera, in Jonah’s classic tone of voice.
His impersonation is legit, it’s actually pretty good. Creator Lilley seems to have given his stamp of approval by posting a link to the video on his Twitter account.
Check out the video below: