Justin Bieber Responds on Twitter: Only God Can Judge Me

Justin Bieber attends Q102's Jingle Ball at the Wells Fargo Center on December 5, 2012 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Jeff Fusco/WireImage.com

Justin Bieber has had enough. Bogged down by reports of a birthday party gone wrong and a delay at his March 4 London show surrounding him this week, the 19-year-old singer set the record straight to his 35 million Twitter plus followers on Wednesday, March 6 in a lengthy note.

"Rumors rumors and more rumors. Nothing more nothing less. Might talk about them one day. Right now I'm just gonna be positive. Can't bring me down," he wrote. "I'm focused on the good things in life. I'm blessed and not forgetting it. I'm giving back every day for it. Can't phase me."

"Fake stories to sell papers I guess are part of the job. But I'm a good person. I know that. You can't tell me different. We know the truth," Bieber added. "As long as my family, friends, and fans are with me you can say whatever. We are all equal in God's eyes and we have a responsibility to each other."

The "Boyfriend" singer continued by addressing specific stories about reports on recent shirtless photos, rumored girlfriends and being supposedly fined for his 40-minute concert delay.

"So make up stories about fake fines and make no mention of the positive . . . or say when I came out of my show with my shirt off because after performing for 2 hours I might be sweaty I was going into a club (really?). Or any girl I stand next to is my girl or that I don't care, or that I don't feel, or that a 19 year old going to a club in Europe is wild . . ." he wrote. "I understand it is part of the job to be judged . . . but judge me on the facts, judge me on the music, and be careful of the judgement you pass."

"But know this . . . I'm only judged by one power, and I serve him," Bieber said. "So yeah I will continue being me. I will continue to serve, to perform, to care, to love, to smile, to dance, to play, to sing . . . and you are welcome to join, because I carry no hate. We got too much love for that. I'm about the music."

And with that, the teen heartthrob concluded his speech with a positive message.

"Gonna enjoy the day and keep smiling. So should all of you," he wrote. "Much love. I see you beliebers = I love you."

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