The Biebs' recent visit to London was defined by shirtlessness, foul language and an exceedingly tardy arrival for his own concert -- not to mention a barrage of negative press. But Black Eyed Pea will.i.am doesn't think Bieber's sudden spate of bad behavior is anything to worry about. "I already gave [advice] to him on the phone. He's good; he's a good kid," will.i.am told Channel 5 News in the U.K. recently. "When you're 17, 18, 19, 20, the world can get you off course, but he's going to be all right. He has a good family, good people around him. Just every once in a while there's a bump in the road."