Sorry Not Sorry: Justin Bieber Drops The Mic, Storms Off Stage On Screaming Fans

sorry not sorry justin bieber drops mic, storm off stage on screaming fansJustin Bieber still can’t get along with his fans. The “Sorry” singer can hand deliver roses, but that hasn’t stopped Beliebers from booing him at his own concert as he’s tried to enforce his new “No Screaming” rule. On Sunday night, the situation got so bad that Justin dropped his mic and left the stage in Manchester, England. It all started when, as he was expressing his love for his fans, Justin repeated his request for no more screaming.

Fan footage from the concert shows Justin tossing mic after once again yelling at fans for screaming. While his fans waited to see what was going on, they began to chant his name. Eventually, Justin returned to the stage to explain why he was trying to enforce the rule.

“My point of the no screaming thing is so that, when I’m looking at you in the eyes, you can actually know that we’re having a moment and having a connection,” Justin explained. “So, it’s not just me trying to be an asshole. It’s simply me just wanting to have a moment and, like, Manchester–you guys are awesome, I appreciate you.”

Justin didn’t appear to be interested in whether or not it was too late to say sorry.

Check out video of Justin’s on-stage meltdown below.

(Photo credit: AEG_Live Twitter account)

  • Kristianak

    Anyone who goes to his shows willingly deserves this.

  • thecat61

    And yet he still has fans!!!

  • lol

    it is your fault Oceanup. You posted those reviews that he doesn’t connect with his fans and now he wants to force it

  • Raquel

    I seriously don’t understand why he behaves like this. It’s almost like he knows that, no matter what shit he pulls, his fans will always be there. I get that he would get annoyed at the non-stop screaming and chatting, but man, these are the people who have made you who you are. They are the reason you are living such a blessed life. So quite bitching.

    • JoeJonasTroops

      No, it’s his talent that made him who he is, and he doesn’t owe that to anyone