That was just cold, Justin Bieber. Some happy fans wanted a selfie with their favorite singer, but the Biebs shut them down with a harsh diss. Click to watch Justin’s reply!
Maybe Justin Bieber, 22, wasn’t in the mood for taking pictures, but his reply to some excited Beliebers wanting a snap was still really rude! Instead of politely turning down his eager Beliebers, Justin pulled a bit of attitude on his fans. Yikes!
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While Justin was rolling out in a big, black SUV, he encountered a group of Beliebers. “Can I get a selfie?” one pleads with Bieber, who is known for taking a few. To be fair with Justin, he was in a car that was leaving, so it wasn’t really time for pictures. Still, when Justin rolled up his window without cracking a smile, it came off as really mean!
Justin’s icy response may have been due to a fan reportedly throwing a flag at him. Biebs clearly wasn’t happy, asking the person “why’d you throw that?” An upset Justin tossed the flag back like it was a piece of trash, but after having something allegedly thrown as his face, this anger may be justified. Despite this awkward encounter, Justin’s fans were happy to see him. “I love you! I’ll see you tomorrow, Justin!” one girl shouted. You can listen to Justin anytime after signing up for unlimited and ad-free streaming music here.
If there’s one thing that can be said about Beleibers, it’s that they’re forgiving. When a group of Australian fans spent thousands of dollars for the chance to meet Justin, only to have him cancel his meet and greets, they EXCLUSIVELY told HollywoodLife.com that their anger had “nothing to do with Justin.” They only wanted a partial refund.
Of course, not all Beliebers are as kind to Justin for calling off all the meet-and-greets during his Purpose Tour. In fact, some were completely furious that they paid $2,000 to hang out with a cardboard cutout of the Biebs. Perhaps Justin was afraid that taking a single picture with his waiting fans would leave him “sad and unhappy?” If that’s the case, why did he ride out with his window rolled down in the first place?
What do you think about Justin’s response, HollywoodLifers? Do you think it was rude or not a big deal?