Justin Bieber Calls Out Fan For Throwing Hat On Stage

Justin Bieber Calls Out Fan For Throwing Hat On Stage 

Posted: 2:47 pm Monday, July 18th, 2016

By mjonbli

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LONDON, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 24: Justin Bieber performs on stage at the BRIT Awards 2016 at The O2 Arena on February 24, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images)

Oh, Justin! When are you going to just be normal!? Friday night while performing in Atlantic City, NJ, Biebs was giving a deep speech about the idea of Purpose, when he was interrupted by a fan tossing a hat on stage. He took this opportunity to be typical Justin, & responded in a not so nice manner.  “I probably don’t want that s**t.”   Before addressing the unwanted hat, he began: “The reason why it’s called the Purpose tour is because I feel like everybody in this building has a purpose. And maybe it’s not often that you speak about what your purpose may be or what your friend’s purpose may be … If we could take this moment to listen and try not to give me a hat or whatever you’re trying to throw on stage right now.”  He attempted to apologize saying,  “Sorry, that was mean,” Bieber added immediately.  “But yeah, now I lost what I was going to say,” he said. “I was deep into, like, a mode and a zone. I was in it. Now I’m out of it. I’ll get it back. Just give me a second. I got it: I just wanted to take this moment to acknowledge the fact that we all have a purpose, that we all have a meaning to life and it’s not, like … We just don’t live to die. And this life is not all struggles.”  He continued, “I know that sometimes you wake up in the morning and it’s like, ‘God, another day.’ Or maybe we’re not thinking that way, maybe we’re thinking, ‘Man, I can’t wait to seize the moment, seize the day.’ But I know my life is not always like that. I have days where I’m just like, ‘Damn, today’s gonna be tough, and I’m gonna try to surround myself with people who are going to help me get through the day.”  Again, Justin “apologized” in a not so nice way, “Sorry for throwing your hat, but you ruined the moment,” said Bieber, turning his attention back to the fan before starting to sing the next song on his set list, “Purpose.” “Whatever, let’s do it.” Get a grip, Biebs.  The least you could do is act like you appreciate the hat that was given to you from someone that worships you, even thought you’re not a nice person.