Pop star Justin Timberlake has accused a British newspaper of twisting comments he made about drugs. In a recent interview with Sunday newspaper The Observer, Timberlake admitted having taken drugs in private and made the statement "nicotine is more addictive than heroin". But the singer is unhappy with the way the conversation was edited. He tells MTV News, "I'll just say this, and I'm not attacking anyone, but the interesting thing about a lot of magazine interviews that you do is that you get asked questions, and you get asked them a specific way, and you have a specific way (of answering), like we're having a conversation, and you make a statement like, 'It's a proven fact that nicotine is more addictive than heroin.' "And then you keep going through the conversation and then they ask you another question and you say, 'Look, I'm not hear to preach to anybody, I just say don't do anything in excess, don't get carried away with anything.' The next thing I see is like, 'Heroin is safer than cigarettes.' And I'm like, 'Who in their right mind would think that?' "The thing you have to realise and not get bent out of shape about is the press is gonna say what the press wants to say. "And they're gonna make a big deal out of the things they want to make a big deal out of. I know what I said. I know how I said it. If the conversation was printed there would be no room for misquote or error. But you can't worry about it. At the end of the day, who cares? The only thing I care about is that I can get my music out."