Justin Bieber Shuts Down A Fan In The Worst Possible Way

Justin Bieber Shuts Down A Fan In The Worst Possible Way

It seems that the Biebs has found himself in hot water once again with his fans, and seeing as how video of the incident has now been viewed almost 1.2 millions times with no response from Justin yet, it might be too late now to say sorry for this one.

It's not news that the 23 year-old star is over taking photos with his many young fans. Last year, he made it clear via a now-deleted Instagram post that he feels dehumanized by the way his fans demand photos of him.

"It has gotten to the point that people won't even recognize me as a human; I feel like a zoo animal, and I wanna be able to keep my sanity," he wrote. "I realize people will be disappointed, but I don't owe anybody a picture. And people who say 'but I bought ur album' know that you got my album and you got what you paid for AN ALBUM! It doesn't say in fine print whenever you see me you also get a photo."

JB deleted that post after strong backlash from his fans, but followed up later with this message from Bishop T.D. Jakes on the unfortunate way that non-famous people treat those who are well-known. It spells out his feelings on fan pics loud and clear.

"One of the things about being well-known that's kinda hard to get used to...everybody wants to take pictures with you...It used be they wanted to know you. Now, they don't even want to know you. They just want to be seen with you," he preached.

Recently, Justin had a run-in with a fan who hoped to get a selfie with him after an Australian stop on his Purpose tour.

"Look at your respect level. Look at your respect level," he said to the young fan as she filmed with her selfie-poised camera, who has now been identified as Sebah Hall.

"Come on," she responds, obviously disappointed.

 "Look at you. You're making me sick."

You can watch video of the incident below.

Did Bieber overreact? Or do fans think they are entitled to celebs in a way they shouldn't?

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