After publicly peeing on a plant and insulting President Bill Clinton, many people have bashed 19-year-old singer Justin Bieber for his crazy and inappropriate behavior. However, pop-sensation Cody Simpson, 16, is coming to the defense of the “Beauty and a Beat” singer.
The Aussie singer, whose new album Surfer’s Paradise just hit shelves this week, had nothing negative to say when discussing the Biebs – who he will be going on tour with starting next week.
When the star -- who also works with Justin's manager Scooter Braun -- was asked about Justin’s recent public peeing incident, Cody told In Touch, “I mean like, we're all teenagers and we all do funny things sometimes. I just think that when someone like him does it, the whole world sees it, you know.”
Similar to Justin, Cody’s career has skyrocketed at a young age. “Well I always have my family with me. I have my family coming here tonight and I find it important to make sure I keep just the best possible people I can around me to always teach me the, you know the best morals, so I never sort of, you know, get my head in the clouds I guess,” he said of staying grounded. “You know, it's important. Everyone gets upset about it for no reason. It's just fun."
The singer also dished on his friendship with the “Boyfriend” singer. “He came to my show in L.A. and came to watch and he wanted to see it, so I invited him out, and he just ran on stage and surprised the crowd which was good fun,” he shared.
Cody will be joining Justin for his North American leg of his worldwide Believe Tour starting July 20 in Boston.