Bieber has been apologizing a lot this year.

Justin Bieber’s comeback LP Purpose is just a few weeks away, and he’s hammering home the redemptive nature of his return to prominence with a new single called “Sorry.” The song was co-written and produced by Skrillex and Blood Diamonds, among others, and it has the same laid-back, tropical feel that propelled “What Do You Mean?” to #1 on the Billboard charts a few weeks ago. It also has the same kind of alien, wordless hook that made earlier Skrillex collaboration “Where Are U Now” a hit earlier this year.

Who is he singing to when he says, Is it too late to say sorry?” His fans?  Everyone on the internet who saw his nudes? and “Cause I’m missing more than just your body“, as you might expect, the song has people speculating that it is intended for ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez. Definitely she might deserve an apology. But honestly not just her:

#1 Orlando Bloom, because allegedly Bieber made a snide remark about the actor’s ex-wife Miranda Kerr, which prompted Bloom to throw a punch at him in Ibiza.

#2 The neighbor he reportedly spit on and shouted anti-Semitic remarks at, and whose house he was charged with egging.
#3 To all little girls he made uncomfortable when he revealed a little too much of his anatomy on Instagram.
#4 PETA, as they were not amused when he abruptly discarded his famous pet hamster, Pac, leaving it with a random fan.
#5 Alex Madden, the tour manager he was charged with assaulting at a club in South Korea.
#6 The limo driver in Canada who also accused him of assault.
#7 The fan whose cell phone he put down his pants during a show in New Jersey.

#8 The fans he spit on outside the window of his hotel room in Toronto.
#9 Whoever had to dispose of the contents of the mop bucket he urinated in while screaming “fuck Bill Clinton” at a nightclub in New York City.

#10 Last, but certainly not least: his monkey Mally, whom he abandoned at an airport in Germany.

And if you’ve found yourself apologizing to loved ones for your inability to stop singing “What Do You Mean” and “Where Are U Now”… it’s not too late to say sorry for this one.

Stay tuned for Bieber’s new album Purpose, out Nov. 13.

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