Justin Bieber Isn't Thrilled When One Fan Throws Object on Stage
When it comes to attending a Justin Bieber concert, there's some etiquette you just have to follow.
You better be a Belieber, willing to dance to "Sorry" and maybe keep your objects away from the stage.
During Friday night's concert at Boardwalk Hall Arena in Atlantic City, New Jersey, the "Beauty and a Beat" singer was speaking to the crowd when a concert attendee tried to throw something onstage. The moment caused Justin to speak out and make a request to fans.
"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 s--t," he shared in a video captured on social media before receiving a huge round of applause. "Sorry that was mean."
"But yeah, no I lost what I was going to say," he continued. "I was deep into, like, a mode and a zone. I was—I was into it. Now I'm out of it. I'll get it back. Just give me a second."
After sharing a few words of wisdom with the sold-out crowd, Justin CONTINUED his concert with a new song. He also apologized once again if his words came off a little bit too strong.
"Sorry for throwing your hat but you ruined the moment," he shared with a fan. "Whatever, let's do it."
The Purpose World Tour only has two more dates in the United States before it heads off to Japan, Iceland and other parts of the world. But for Beliebers in select cities, they may be able to wear a piece of the tour for many weeks to come.
According to the New York Times, Barney's will be selling an exclusive Justin Bieber Purpose tour capsule collection timed with the pop star's Madison Square Garden shows next week. The 31-piece unisex collection will feature concert T-shirts along with jerseys, jeans and leather jackets that retail for $1,675.
Hurry, before the cashier says sorry, we're sold out.
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