Justin Bieber: 'I might work with Odd Future's Tyler, The Creator he's my friend' (Q313 preview)
Justin Bieber has told Q he could work with Odd Future's Tyler, The Creator, provided the rapper is prepared to stop swearing.
The leader of the rap collective declared last year he wanted to work with the teen popstar, but speaking in a Cash For Questions inquisition in our new issue, Q313 out now, the singer said he isn't totally sure about a hook-up... but the pair are friends.
"I don't know if I really agree with all the music that he [Tyler] does, and he knows that - he's my boy," declared Bieber. "He's a friend of mine."
However it seems friendship might one day get the duo in a recording studio, as long as the rapper is prepared to watch his language.
"I don't get the whole, you know, demonic thing," explained Bieber. "If I did do something he'd have to do clean. I'm not going to do a dirty song with him!"
Get Q313 now for the full interview in which Bieber answers your questions, including why he wants Beyonce to follow him, his reaction to fans 'sexual' tweets, his views on auto tune and more.
11:22 AM | 05/07/2012
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