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Published September 05, 2011
Justin Bieber’s record label was yesterday besieged by fans angry that the pop sensation’s next song will be called MILF Patrol.

A hundred Los Angeles Police Department officers attended to clear Island Records’ lobby of teenage girls irate at the change of direction by the squeaky-clean singer.

A couple of hours after Bieber dropped the bombshells at a press conference, fans descended on Island with placards and tears.

“My daughter was in tears and very confused about the difference between a cougar and a MILF," said Suzanne Day, who had driven from Pacific Palisades to collect her 15-year-old from custody. “I said your Aunt Pattie’s a cougar and your friend Kirsten’s mom is a MILF. We started the day very excited about the new song by Justin Bieber but it's ended in me outing two perfectly decent if sexually voracious women.”

Announcing the new releases yesterday, the 17-year-old superstar said that fans would be surprised by the subject matter but that he had long been keen to “tell the narrative of all the older ladies standing around in their houses all day, feeling horny and waiting for a young guy to come and sort things out”.

The download version of the single will feature an extra song, said Bieber: a dancier version of MILF Patrol called MILF Bot, in which he imagines owning a MILF robot.

“Not some stupid clunky robot like from the old days like the 1980s but a proper, modern, detailed sex doll, like from Japan or something”.

Last night, two verses of lyrics apparently from the new song by Justin Bieber appeared on the internet.

They read:

Lying in my boudoir,
Thinkin’ ’bout you and me,
All the lovin’ we will do,
And the fact you’re forty-three.

When I come round to see your son,
I watch you, I confess,
You’re always hanging round the house,
Well, you own the place, I guess.

But late last night, Bieber appeared to pull a complete volte-face, by releasing a statement which “apologised for any misunderstanding” and claimed that “MILF, in the contect of my song, just stands for Mom I’d Like to Facebook”.

It is not the first time the Canadian has found himself at the centre of controversy. In 2009 it was announced that the new song by Justin Bieber would be Knee Deep in Cougars.

At the time, Bieber said: “Look, this song’s about a lot of things. It’s about having no job, living in a depressed area, trying to hold on to your dreams and yes, it’s also about getting freaky with a 45-year-old dental secretary in the restroom of a TGI Friday. And guess which bit the media focuses on?”

Bieber has also long been rumoured to be planning a concept album called Sticking it To The Man, in which he will urge young people to “rip off the diseased head of corporate America and s*** in the hole”.

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