The 16-year-old singer told CNN's Becky Anderson that he has the greatest fans in the world and that he doesn't think they are "too obsessed".
"Nah, you know, I think my fans are really supportive and I'm glad that I have really devoted fans," Bieber said.
"You know, I guess they do what they gotta do."
In the past few months there have been several incidents where crowd hysteria got the better of some of Bieber's fans.
Watch the full interview on CNN International on Monday at 2000 GMT.
On April 26, the singer had to apologize to fans after 10 young girls were treated in hospital after being hurt at a free concert in Sydney, Australia.
Last month in New Zealand, some of Bieber's female fans knocked his mother to the ground and even stole his hat as they mobbed the singer at Auckland airport.
Crowd hysteria and even stampedes have also been reported in cities like Paris and New York.
Some of Bieber's close friends have also been the target of fan rage.
Kim Kardashian was reportedly sent death threats by fans after Bieber jokingly referred to the reality TV star as his girlfriend.
Despite the hysteria surrounding the singer, Bieber told CNN that he is thankful and calls himself lucky for having the opportunity to do what he does.
"It's been pretty amazing and I'm really glad that I've just been able to do what I love," Bieber said.
"I'm really glad that I get to travel the world and like I said, just do what I love to do."
Today, Bieber is one of the most popular pop stars on the music charts and is consistently one of the most trending topics on social networking site Twitter.
Don’t freak out, BFFs! Twitter will soon be restored to normal, but as of this morning, everyone APPEARS to have 0 followers! (You still have them… you just can’t see the number.) While “everyday folk” may not feel it just yet, celebs like Ashton Kutcher and Justin Bieber (you know, the important people with millions of obsessive followers) are going absolutely bananas. Justin has this message for the hackers: “hackers i send a warning…u have now pissed off over 2 million teenage girls. They are more dangerous than Navy Seals.”
- Ashton Kutcher: twitter is being hacked by some turkish hacker. haha I have 0 followers.
- Justin Bieber: so i woke up here in LA and Twitter has been hacked. Turns out I am no longer popular … hackers i send a warning…u have now pissed off over 2 million teenage girls. They are more dangerous than Navy Seals.
- Jim Carrey: Imagine if this hacker put his/her talent 2 some worthy use. They could 1 day have more than a false sense of superiority. They’d #BOING ;^> (Editors Note: Jim, stop trying to make BOING happen!)
- Alyssa Milano: Ummmmm….. Where did my followers go @Twitter?
- Mark Indelicato: It says that I have 0 followers……
- Stephen Collins (…remember 7th Heaven?): According 2 Twitter they’ve fixed a bug/hack that re-set following/follower #s to 0. Scary. So far, my acct isn’t re-set. Holding breath.
- Joe Jonas: Wait.. So this means I have to “talk” to my friends?
Justin Bieber not only knows how to woo the ladies, but he also knows how to treat his mom on Mother's Day.
Bieber caused quite a stir Sunday as he took his mom shopping at The Grove mall in Los Angeles.
"I'm here shopping for my mom to celebrate Mother's Day," Bieber told E! News when asked why he was standing in the all-female clothing store chain, Forever 21.
The singing sensation, who was also accompanied by a bodyguard and a male friend, managed to blend in with the crowd at first, sporting jeans, sneakers and a white t-shirt.
But according to an eyewitness, his cover was soon blown.
"Young female shoppers quickly realized it was him and started whipping out their cell phones to take pictures from afar," an eyewitness told E! News. "He was super easygoing with it all and was smiling the whole time."
Bieber and his mother left the store empty-handed, but they continued to shop and hang out at the outdoor mall, stopping at Guess and grabbing lunch at the Cheesecake Factory. The teen sensation even managed to work in some skateboarding.