Los Angeles - Justin Bieber says fighting is "not cool" following his recent scuffle in Cleveland, Ohio.
The 22-year-old singer was recently involved in a physical confrontation with a man outside of his hotel room, and the Sorry hitmaker has addressed the incident in a humorous way courtesy of a short video clip he's posted on Instagram.
In the video, Justin talks to a pal in the back seat of a car and asks: "Is that a fighting video? Because fighting's not cool."
To which the Canadian singer's co-star replies: "That's why you don't take on 6ft 5in guys."
Watch the clip here:
A video posted by Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) on Jun 10, 2016 at 4:47pm PDT
The video comes shortly after it was reported Justin is planning to go backpacking in a bid to escape the pressures that are currently surrounding him.
The chart-topping singer is currently on his Purpose world tour but after it ends, he is said to be hoping to take some time off to travel.
A source previously said: "Justin has been really feeling the pressure in the last few weeks. He still loves performing for his fans and creating, but this tour has been a little like a pressure cooker. He's already stopped meet and greets and pictures with fans but he is still feeling stifled."
Justin reportedly wishes to escape his everyday stresses by travelling the world and visiting places he's never previously been to.
The source added: "He has talked about getting away from it all, seeing the wider world and relaxing. The idea is for him to travel the world seeing some of the greatest cities and exotic places around like a backpacker would. But obviously with an unlimited budget of a multi-millionaire."
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