You know, sometimes, people just need a break – even if said person is a pop superstar like Justin Bieber.
On Thursday (29th October), Justin stormed out of a concert in Norway after Beliebers got a little too close for comfort.
In the video originally posted on Twitter, Justin is seen trying to address the crowd and wipe the floor (of the stage) when Beliebers reached across the stage to touch him.
To which Justin responded with:
I just need you to get you guys warmed up so – ay yo, no what are you doing? Ay, yo, yo, yo, what are you doing? Stop it!
But Beliebers being Beliebers, well, that wasn’t gonna stop them.
“Guys! YO, LISTEN TO ME. Are you listening?! Okay, I’m trying to wipe the floor. Give me a second, yo,” Justin shouted, and then bent down to wipe the stage. All was well for about 2 seconds until the overly enthusiastic front-row Beliebers reached out to make a grab at him again.
Justin wouldn’t have it, of course.
“Guys, never mind! I’m done. I’m not doing the show,” he said, turning around, and walked off the stage as the screams from his fans grew louder.
He had performed only one song.
Scores of Beliebers were left in tears as the concert abruptly ended, but Justin later took to his Instagram to apologise. The 21-year-old pop superstar explained that it has been “a rough week” with “long days no sleep” and that he “chose to end the show as the people in the front row would not listen”.
His full apology below:
Apparently, Justin is extremely popular in Norway, with some schools even having rescheduled exams in the past so their students could attend his concerts. So we can’t imagine how Justin or his fans must feel.
Poor kids. Poor Justin!