Justin Bieber Apologises For Walking Off Stage

Posted: Oct 30 2015, 7:54am CDT | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News

Justin Bieber Apologises for Walking Off Stage
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  • Justin Bieber apologises for walking off stage at Norway gig!

The ‘Sorry’ singer issued a post on Instagram as an apology for the way he behaved in Norway.

It seems Justin Bieber has been having a very bad week. Recently the singer walked off stage at a gig in Norway. Previously Bieber walked out of an awkward interview. Walking out seems to be becoming Bieber’s forte.

On Thursday Bieber was performing on stage in Oslo, Norway. Bieber then left the stage after performing only one song. Bieber had been trying to clear the stage. The audience in the front seems to have given him a lukewarm response.

Biebs apparently became frustrated as can be seen in a viral video. In the video Bieber can be seen asking the audience if they are even listening. Bieber then tells the audience never mind and he’s not going to do the show.

A while later the ‘Believe’ singer issued an apology for his behaviour through Instagram. Bieber posted a statement on his official Instagram account. In the statement Bieber explained he had been having a rough week with no sleep and long days. Bieber described how he always has to appear ‘On’ for the fans and the cameras.

He had not meant to be mean but he ended the show because the front row was not listening to him. Bieber hopes people understand where he is coming from and he doesn’t always handle things right way.

Justin Bieber declared he is a human being and working on his responses and not reactions. Bieber apologised to those who were disappointed by his actions by saying ‘I am Sorry’.

Bieber also apologised for wasting the time of the TV people but he will make up to them on his tour. Bieber ended the statement saying ‘With Love Justin’. While some ridiculed Bieber for the apology his fans sent messages of support.

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