Justin Bieber Talks About Cyberbullying in PSA

May 9, 2011, 07:28 by R.E. Christian

Pop sensation Justin Bieber addresses a serious topic by appearing in a public service message about cyberbullying in Long Island, N.Y., schools.

"The Bieb" will do the honors as part of a deal to settle misdemeanor charges filed in Nassau County against his manager after a Bieber personal appearance at a mall in 2009.

The deal dismissed charges against Bieber's manager, Scott Braun, and James Roppo, a vice president at Island Def Jam records.

Bieber's Twitter tweet announcing he was on his way to Roosevelt Field Mall triggered a mob of more than 3,000 fans poring into the area. Nassau County officials said the abrupt cancellation of the appearance didn't cause any actual problems, but could have and violated fire codes in the process, the Long Island (N.Y.) press said Sunday.

Bieber's announcement is aimed at encouraging teens to use social media and the Internet responsibly and will be available to schools outside Nassau County.

Source: UPI