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Justin Bieber's life isn't as safe as his loved ones would want, and the Canadian pop singer might end up dead if he does not make changes to his lifestyle pretty soon, according to a security expert.

Kris Herzog, famous celebrity bodyguard, recently took a look at Bieber's security team and found that Bieber's "gangsta friends" are doing him more harm than good, Celeb Dirty Laundry reported.

Instead of protecting their friend, Bieber's friends do whatever the singer tells them to do; this includes starting or finishing fights and standing by as Bieber abuses drugs. Bieber's friends are also believed to be responsible for leaking several photographs and videos of the singer abusing drugs and behaving erratically.

Herzog has delivered his findings to Bieber's manager Scooter Braun and has pushed the 19-year-old to bring about changes in his lifestyle by getting rid off these enablers.

Last year, one of the incidents that landed Bieber in trouble was when a footage went online of him urinating in public and abusing former President Bill Clinton.

"F*** Bill Clinton!" the teenager said in the video.

But later, he spoke to Clinton and apologised for the drunken behaviour.

"@billclinton thanks for taking the time to talk Mr. President. Your words meant alot. #greatguy," Bieber tweeted.

Interestingly, one of Clinton's advice to Bieber was to focus his energies on making the world a better place, and asked him to keep a watchful eye on his entourage, which include rappers such as Lil Twist and Lil Za, who are constantly in the news for all the wrong reasons.

It might be time for Bieber to take heed of the advice as another video has emerged online of Bieber and his on-again, off-again girlfriend Selena Gomez snorting cocaine, according to Celeb Dirty Laundry.

The video is yet to be seen by anyone other than an In Touch source, but it reportedly shows Bieber and Gomez doing lines.

"They got caught doing lines. The video is pretty dark and fuzzy, but someone's trying to get paid for it," the secret source told the magazine.

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