With success inevitably comes controversy, and Bieber has endured plenty during his short time in the spotlight. He's been accused of being an all-out diva, reportedly yelling "don't f----king touch me again," to a production staffer while appearing on an Australian TV program, an accusation he strongly denies. Then there was the time he angrily flipped the bird at the paps, before taking to Twitter to apologize. And who can forget the famous laser tag incident in Richmond, British Columbia, when Bieber was accused of hitting a player after reportedly being heckled by a group of gamers. In a recent interview with V magazine, the singer took time to address the strong anti-Bieber movement. "A lot of people say they hate Justin Bieber who haven't even listened to my music," he says. "They just hate the idea of me."