By: Luz Gomez
Another concert gone bad… Justin Bieber recently stopped a concert midway after getting into a conflict with fans. Justin Bieber has been involved in various incidents that have changed his image quite a bit. Many claim that he is still in “the crazy teenager” stage and that he is slowly maturing.
Justin had been performing in Oslo, Norway on October 29, 2015 . He tried cleaning water that had spilled on stage. As he was cleaning it, fans tried grabbing the towel and he began yelling at them because they wouldn’t stop. He finally decided that he had enough and he decided to end the show after performing only one song.
“I was very upset after seeing the video,” said Kassie Millan, Freshman. “His fans spent all that money to go see him and he just left.”
“I think that was a bit rude and he could have handled that situation differently,” said freshman Yesenia Valdez.
This has not been the only incident involving conflicts with fans at concerts. Back in November of 2013, several comments were made from angry fans after he swept an Argentinian flag off stage. He later tweeted,"I’m so sorry for anyone who took my actions the wrong way and I hope you can forgive this mistake."
He also stopped a concert when some fans were clapping off beat when he was performing. “At least clap on the right notes. Come on guys, stop, stop, stop, stop. If you're gonna clap, at least clap on the right beat,” he scolded to his fans.
He has also been involved in several incidents involving the law as well. He just recently got off of probation after an egg-tossing vandalism incident that occurred in January 2014. All these events have created a new image for him and it is causing him to continue to breakdown and create other problems for himself.
“At first I didn’t believe that he would do those things, but when I saw it for myself, I was pretty upset,” said Kassie.
“All teenagers go through the stage where they do things they shouldn’t and that’s what's happening with him,” said Gloria Perez, freshman.
He continues to apologize to his fans and he assures them that he is making an effort to change. “I don't always handle things the right way but I'm human and I'm working on getting better at responding not reacting,” he said.
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