Bratty Justin Bieber Calls Out Beliebers: ‘ I Don’t Want Your Shit’

Bratty Justin Bieber Calls Out Beliebers: ‘ I Don’t Want Your Shit’
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Did Justin Bieber get mad during his “Purpose” world tour at Boardwalk Hall Arena in Atlantic City, New Jersey?


If he was, what probably pushed him to feel that way? Was it bad enough to irk him? Or, was he just being bratty?

The 22-year-old “Where Are U Now” singer appeared mad when a number of stuff were thrown at him on stage during the Friday night gig, including a hat.

In response, he said he does not need his fans’ “shit.”

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The on-again, off-again boyfriend of Selena Gomez pointed out the importance of finding one’s purpose, Huffington Post reported.

“Take this moment to listen and try not to give me a hat or whatever you’re trying to throw onto the stage right now, because I probably don’t want that shit,” Justin Bieber said.

Upon realizing that he was being mean when said those words, the “Purpose” singer apologized right away, after which he declared, “I just wanted to take this moment to acknowledge the fact that we all have a purpose, that we all have a meaning to life and it’s not, like, we just don’t live to die.”

Despite asking for apology, noted that it was not the first time that Justin Bieber showed off his “bratty” side.

It can be recalled that earlier this year, the “Never Say Never” singer was involved in another controversy when he allegedly decided to cancel suddenly a $2000 meet-and-greet events of his concert tour because his fans reportedly made him feel “drained and unhappy.”

Back in May, he once again made headlines when he reportedly told his fans that he was already “done taking pictures.”

The pop star even likened himself to a zoo animal with how some fans look at him, especially if they have bought one of his albums.

Accordingly, Justin Bieber felt that his being human is no longer being respected, as what he was trying to say in his Instagram post.

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