'Look At You, You Make Me Sick'

14 March, 2017, 00:29 | Author: Courtney Perry
  • Bored or trying to be edgy: Justin Bieber performed to 50,000 fans at Melbourne's Etihad Stadium on Friday night but some concertgoers complained that the pop star put in less-than-enthusiastic performance

"Look at your respect level", Justin mutters to the fans, who take the photos without asking him first.

Justin's reluctance to take photos with fans is not a huge surprise.

The Baby singer was approached by 20-year-old Sabah Helal ahead of his Melbourne show on Friday 10 March night. "Look at you. You make me sick", before sticking a lollipop in his mouth and getting in his auto.

Sabahs mother Houda Bennaoui told The Herald Sun, "My daughter was bawling her eyes out".

Bieber attempted to establish some boundaries with the public and their ever-present picture requests and demands back in May 2016, when he wrote on Instagram, "If you happen to see me out somewhere, know that I'm not gonna take a picture I'm done taking pictures".

While we definitely understand that fans can be disappointed by the supposedly "selfish" actions of Justin Bieber, fans definitely have to realise that they too are expected to act a certain way.


The singer is now on tour in Australia, last playing Melbourne on Friday (March 10) night.

Recalling her version of events, super-fan Sabah revealed how she'd read earlier in the day that Justin was being transported around the city in a Porche and Volvo.

Dedicated fans would already be aware of the singer's aversion to unsolicited photographs, having posted a message to fans on his Instagram account a year ago, in which he told fans he was "done taking pictures".

Or, you know, alternatively you could just learn to Love Yourself Bieber.

Last Year, the Biebs took to social media to make it explicitly clear to fans that he doesn't owe them a selfie, even if they've bought his album.

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