In November, Mariah Yeater told the press that Justin Bieber had fathered her then-3-month-old son, scandalously conceived after a backstage encounter at one of his L.A. concerts. The 20-year-old mother withdrew her paternity case, and for the most part, the hype died down.
That is, until Justin Bieber started bringing her name up again.
The 18-year-old singer tweeted about Yeater over the weekend, and last night (April 23) in London he told journalists that there would be a song about the situation on his upcoming June 19 album, "Believe."
"There's a song about that girl -- Mariah Yeater -- that said she was gonna have my baby," said Bieber, as reported by several U.K. publications. "There are songs about things I'm going through. I wrote songs about different situations."
Two days earlier, during his Saturday "#RandomTwitterHour," Bieber posted, "Dear mariah yeeter... we have never met...so from the heart i just wanted to say…" with a link to a clip of Sacha Baron Cohen's Borat character repeating "You will never get this."
Bieber has previously said that his new album would "address the past and rumors," and that he would be "clearing it all up in the music."
The song about Yeater will not necessarily be on Bieber's new album, the BBC reports. "We've recorded like 40 songs," the teen superstar said Monday. "Every song has a piece of me, it's hard to pick. I wrote almost all of them or co-wrote them."