Justin Bieber apologised for smoking pot on Saturday Night Live.
The young singer made his presentation on the hit US comedy sketch show last weekend.
In one of his last skits Bieber mentioned pictures that were in the web in January in which he shown up to be smoking a cigarette.
The skit began with Justin playing the president of Miley Cyrus’ fan club, with an actor playing the female singer all matured.
The heartthrob’s character, Pete, hates Justin Bieber. The 18-year-old pop star takes the opportunity to apologise for smoking pot in a tongue-and-cheek reference to the event.
Justin said during the sketch that he really regrets about it and everybody makes mistakes and he is never going to do it again.
Justin only earlier talked about the pictures by tweeting that he did not want to “disappoint” his fans.
Justin opened the presentation with a monologue that created screams from the live television viewers.
The joke started with Justin celebrating Valentine’s Day and Black History Month with an original song.
“You’re sexy, you’re real sexy. But did you also know Phillis Wheatley is the first black woman to publish a book of poems. Is that ever progress,” he roughly sang.
The lyrics appeared to be a comedic try to seduce fans in the audience. Even with strange lyrics the plan worked.
“Girl, you’re driving me crazy. But did you also know that Denzel Washington invented the peanut,” Justin continued.
The sketch ended as Justin made Whoopi his Valentine.
The Baby hitmaker later laughed at stereotypes of Los Angeles locals in a joke called The Californians.
Viewers were then presented to a group of the singer’s body doubles, with SNL stars Kenan Thompson, Jay Pharoah and Nasim Pedrad getting some laughs from the audience as they clothed like the star.
Justin laughed at John Travolta’s Grease character Danny Zuko in another clip.
Justin Bieber performed two songs during the event, an acoustic version of As Long as You Love Me and Nothing Like Us.
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