Justin Bieber Feels 'Entitled,' Fumes Keyshawn Johnson

Keyshawn Johnson confronted Justin Bieber last week for allegedly speeding through their L.A.-area residential community while the former NFL star's kids were playing outside, and it's clear from a new interview that he's still angry about the incident.

"All I want to do is protect my kids. I got a 1-year-old and 3-year-old," Johnson, 40, told TMZ. "He's speeding through a residential neighborhood. That's why all the neighbors is mad. … You got a 19-year old kid feeling entitled; speeding up and down the highway!"

On Memorial Day, Johnson accused Bieber of speeding by in his Ferrari, and drove over to the teen sensation's house to discuss the incident with him. Afterward, Bieber's friend, rapper Tyler the Creator, claimed that he was the one driving the car. ""Don't Blame Him," he tweeted. "People Are Evil Swearing That It Was Who It Wasn't."

"Look man, I know the difference between a black kid driving a car and a white kid driving a car," Johnson said. "So, if he loses control - at 19 years old - and all we gonna be able to do is say, 'Ohhh, I'm so sorry. Damn sorry! Didn't do it.' You did!"

Now, Bieber faces a possible misdemeanor reckless driving charge-and Johnson doesn't seem to mind one bit.

"He has to answer to the D.A.'s office, and not me," he said. "So, the bottom - at the end of the day - him and his handlers, his goons, or whatever they are to him - his henchmen - they gotta protect him! I don't have to protect him."