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Justin Bieber admits he doesn’t have a problem with Kanye West

HollywoodNews.com: Justin Bieber does have a pretty specific image that he is giving off to fans, but he isn’t worried about it and possibly working with Kanye West.

There were rumors that Bieber turned down working with West due to how controversial he is, states MTV. However, it seems that none of that is true.

Bieber commented on Twitter about the whole thing: “some rumors…i just dont know where they come from. me and @kanyewest are good. This right here is just FALSE.”

It is currently rumored that West may be helping Bieber with some music for his next album.

Do you want these two to work together?

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