Bieber focuses on 'good stuff'
Justin Bieber has revealed he's "happy" despite a Twitter user threatening to post footage from the pop star's stolen computer.
The Boyfriend singer said his computer and camera were stolen as he performed at the Tacoma Dome. A Twitter user named gexwy later posted two YouTube links to video footage featuring the Canadian star, and claimed that he would post more at noon on October 12.
In a passionate message to his Beliebers on Twitter, Justin wrote: "Focusing on the good stuff. I LOVE BEING ON TOUR!! I LOVE SEEING ALL THE FANS!! I LOVE PERFORMING AND SHARING THE MUSIC WITH THEM!! I LOVE MUSIC!! IM HAPPY!!"
The 18-year-old added: "THIS IS WHAT I DO IT FOR!! THE MUSIC AND THE FANS! MY BELIEBERS!! THAT'S WHAT MATTERS! OUR ALBUM, OUR TOUR, OUR MUSIC, OUR MEMORIES! LOVE U!"
One video posted by gexwy featured a young Justin being amazed by the crowds shouting his name, while the other footage showed the singer playing a prank on a sleeping member of his crew.
Justin, who is set to continue with the Canadian shows on his Believe tour, said he wasn't going to let the leaked videos affect him.
"@gexwy no matter what you have and what you post tomorrow I know my fans won't leave me. s**** it. #toostrong," he wrote.