After Justin Bieber made headlines for his antics, a health scare and a clash with paparazzi, the pop star was eager to move on following his "rough" week.
"too many blessings to allow the stress in. the press made things look nuts but really I have enjoyed London. The fans are incredible," Bieber tweeted.
"so while I have seen some crazy stuff it is all smiles. Im gonna get some rest and keep doing what i love. Entertain all of u. thanks," he tweeted.
Earlier on Friday, he was reportedly shouting expletives at photographers before being restrained by his body guard.
He later took to twitter to explain his actions to his more than 35 million followers writing, "Sometimes when people r shoving cameras in your face all day and yelling the worst thing possible at u...well I'm human. Rough week."
The confrontation was just the latest in a series of incidents that has put the pop star on the defensive. In London, Bieber reportedly was booed by his audience after being late to a concert.
He also called his 19th birthday party his "worst" on twitter after underage friends allegedly weren't allowed in the club he had rented for the festivities.
On Thursday, he collapsed in the backstage area of another concert and was briefly hospitalized.
To reassure fans he tweeted out a picture of himself, shirtless, and said he was listening to Janis Joplin to get better, he also thanked his fans writing on twitter, "getting better. thanks for everyone pulling me thru tonight."
A few hours after that tweet, Bieber was yelling a photographers.
Being a 19-year-old pop star facing hundred of flashbulbs, the singer is certainly not the first to crack on camera.
Bill Werde, the editorial director of Billboard Magazine said Bieber has plenty of company.
"Pop stars are going to have missteps, it's all about how they recover," Werde said. "This is just a hiccup and it is all in his power to really get back on track."