If Justin Bieber had his way, it looks like that scary fight in Cleveland would’ve kept going! A new video from the scene shows the singer looking totally upset as nearby fans try to pull him away from his much larger opponent — and seeing him so flustered is pretty scary. Check out the clip here!
Justin Bieber, 22, was beyond upset following his fight outside a hotel in Cleveland on June 8, and this new video of him from after the altercation is pretty terrifying. He literally has to be held back by bystanders who appear REALLY concerned — watch here!
In the new footage, obtained by TMZ, a Golden State Warriors fan grabs (guessing one that didn’t boo him at the game earlier) the Biebs to keep him from going on the attack again, and when Justin escapes the bear hug, he looks REALLY upset. Luckily, as he stumbles away from the scene, he runs into a girl standing nearby, who puts her hands up and stops him from getting physical again.
Right before this moment, the 22-year-old got into a brutal brawl with a much larger man outside the Westin Hotel in Cleveland, Ohio. The scene escalated really quickly, and within seconds, Justin was pushed to the ground after throwing punches at his opponent.
Justin hit the Cleveland club scene after the fight, and was caught on Snapchat covering one side of his face with his hood. His nose looks red, swollen and sore in the photo, and we’re wondering if maybe he’s covering up a bruise on that one eye?! Still, just hours later, on June 9, the “Sorry” singer uploaded a pic to Instagram in which no scratches or injuries are evident. His friends are reportedly worried he many be headed for a “breakdown!”
Justin was in town to watch the Cleveland Cavaliers take on the Golden State Warriors in Game 3 of the NBA finals. Although he didn’t sit courtside, he was reportedly booed when he was shown on the big screen during the game. However, the team he was rooting for, the Cavs, came through with a big win — will he be back for Game 4 on June 10?!
Do you think Justin started the fight, HollywoodLifers?