Justin Bieber's Miranda Kerr taunt to Orlando Bloom

Justin Bieber.
Justin Bieber. Bang Showbiz

JUSTIN Bieber reportedly told Orlando Bloom that Miranda Kerr had vowed to "make him a man".

The 'Boyfriend' hitmaker - who was involved in an altercation with the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' actor at a swanky restaurant in Ibiza last week - is said to have taunted him with the claim that his estranged wife had promised to "make him a man".

Rumours of Miranda, 31, cheating on Orlando with Justin, 20, emerged in 2012 after the pair were pictured flirting at a Victoria's Secret fashion show and although the couple - who have four-year-old son Flynn together - have since called time on their relationship, Justin's jibe is said to have prompted Orlando to swing for him.

A source revealed to the Sunday People newspaper: "Orlando had heard that there had been some flirting going on and he wasn't exactly over the moon about it, in fact he was furious.

"At the time of the split it was certainly one of the motivations. He was, and still is, very cross about all of this.

"He can't believe that someone he regards as a silly little boy has had this impact on his relationship. He is absolutely fuming."

Orlando, 37, is reported to have jumped over a sofa to try and punch Justin after hearing his alleged comment, while his pals including Leonardo DiCaprio cheered him on.

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