LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - APRIL 23: Justin Bieber arrives at Heathrow Airport on April 23, 2012 in London, England. (Photo by
Alex Moss

Justin Bieber, who is currently going around the world previewing his next album Believe, has gotten himself into a bunch of hot water recently by offending people in the countries he's visiting.

On April 25, according to Metro, Bieber mocked the English accent during an interview about Believe. He answered a question with an English accent and then told the interviewer, "It’s 'think' with a 'th,' not an 'f'," mocking what he considers an English speech tendency.

Then, when the interviewer asked him where he recorded some of Believe, he totally forgot the answer. He described the location as "some random country" before his manager jumped in and said "Indonesia," which is a country of 240 million people. Bieber continued, "I recorded it in a studio. Some little place. They didn't know what they were doing."

Wow. Not expecting him to sell many albums in the UK and Indonesia. Let us know what you think about Bieber going around the world insulting people in the comments.