Justin Bieber Doesn’t Like A Gift Fan Throws Him During Show

“but you ruined the moment…”

Justin Bieber is not a happy camper as he got fired up at a fan who interfered with his set. Last Friday, pop/hip hop singer performed at the Boardwalk Hall Arena located in Atlantic City. With a full-house, you could hear the wildness of the crowd, but one fan got especially rowdy and excited, throwing his/her hat onto the stage for Bieber as he was giving a “deep” speech. The hat was only meant as a gift for the young star, but he rejects and disses it coldly. He wasn’t too happy with it because it distracted him and apparently made him forget what he was about to say. Was it really something that profound, Jbiebs? His responses were hysterical though, which other observing fans were luckily able to capture. He sounded just like a mom trying to teach a lesson to her kid.

“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 sh*t,” says the irritated “Baby” artist. Right after, he realized that was a big savage and apologizes, but only after he hears the crowd comment in disbelief and shock to his remark to the generous fan. “Sorry that was mean.”

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Bieber performing in Atlantic City. PC: Cosmo UK

Bieber continues on with his “moment,” but is really at a lost for words saying, “but yeah, no I lost what I was going to say. 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.” He hesitates for a little bit, makes some nervous chuckles and small-talk comments and then concludes with “sorry for throwing your hat but you ruined the moment. Whatever, let’s do it,” and goes off to finish off his performance.

You can watch the whole thing unfold in the clips below:

Further references: Hypetrak

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