Far East Movement have said they'll take the rap if Justin Bieber goes off the rails.
The hip-hoppers collaborated with the teen heartthrob on their new track Live My Life, and frontman Kev Nish told The Star: "He's grown up now... 18 is the age to start partying.
"But we'll take the blame if we're a bad influence on him."
Kev admitted working with Justin raised some eyebrows.
"It was an unlikely concept that we would ever work with Justin and that's exactly why we did it."
And he added: "People are listening to Justin's new solo stuff in a different way now. For us we just saw a good dude, talented and grown up."