I don’t give a fuck who you are, arriving over an hour late to anywhere without an explanation or apology is just rude. More so if thousands of young girls have paid all their pocket money to see you and it is a school night and boooooooo.
Up until recently I had been a Justin Bieber defender, I was all like: “leave the kid alone. He is growing up in the spotlight, has immense pressure on him and he is genuinely talented.”
But now I’m afraid to say, you’ve lost me Biebs. You have become the Mayor of Wanker Town and I think it is high time you pull your immaculately groomed head in and stop acting like a douche canoe.
This year has been a big one for Justin. He urinated in a hotel bucket, left his pet monkey in Germany, hoped that Anne Frank had been a Belieber, became the patron saint of brothels, dragged the Argentinean flag across a stage with his feet and most recently became a graffiti artist and is currently wanted for questioning by the Brazilian authorities over some unsolicited tagging. Not to mention Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate has a major beef with Biebs over some “artwork” he left on a wall at a hotel in Queensland.
We get it J, you’re growing up and wanting to rebel but can you stop being such a dickhead please?
Last night in Melbourne Justin Bieber was 70 minutes late to come on stage. When he finally presented in what appeared to be a leather pair of skants (skirt pants) and a mad wicket white studded leather jacket, it was well past 9:30pm on a school night – so the concert went until almost midnight.
This is relevant because 99.9% of the people in attendance had to go to high school today. Did you have somewhere else to be Biebs?! Was there a miscommunication on the starting time? Did it slip your mind that you had flown to Australia specifically for the purpose of giving a concert?!
He was two hours late in Brisbane, TWO HOURS.
Listen here you feckless twat, the reason you can wear leather skirt pants, have pet monkeys you can abandon and visit the finest brothels is because these young girls have spent their hard earned cash on your music.