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Justin Bieber's relatives slam him for being bad influence to kids

London, September 1 : Justin Bieber's family has called him a "bad example" to his infant half-sister and brother.


The 19-year-old popstar, who has been accused of being on dope and is amidst a lot controversy regarding his clashes with paparazzi, took to Twitter saying that he hates being away from Jazmyn and Jaxon and wished that they were with him all the time, the Daily Star reported.

The 'Boyfriend' hitmaker apparently left his relatives shocked, by suggesting his infant half-sister and brother to join him on the last leg of his Believe world tour.

Bieber's dad, Jeremy, who split from his mum Pattie ¬Mallette, before the singer was born, has the two children with his new wife Erin.

Jeremy has said that he'll think about Bieber's request, however a relative has revealed that Bieber is the worst possible influence.

Another relative added that the little children might pick up some "appalling habits", if they spend too much time with him.

--ANI (Posted on 01-09-2013)

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