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Justin Bieber's paternity song inspired by Michael Jackson

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The 'Baby' hitmaker has composed a tune for his latest album about Mariah's false claims, reported Contactmusic.

"We definitely took inspiration from that (Michael Jackson's) song. I wanted to write something different and something the fans would be connected to and understand.

I wanted them to think, 'Yeah that's Justin's life and he's talking about stuff that's really going on'," he said.

Bieber, 18, also said he is not afraid to talk about his ordeal because people now know he was not the father after he took a paternity test.

"I still just think, 'Wow, I can't believe that happened,' but it's not really hard to talk about because I know the truth. It's behind me. People know what the truth us as well. "Before, it was all pretty shady because everyone was like, 'Is it true? Is it not true?' But now I think people know that it's not true."

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First Published: Sun, July 01 2012. 08:05 IST
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