The 'Beauty and a Beat' singer and his friends allegedly have been denied entry by a night club in New York city because the pop star is still underage.
Justin Bieber's plan to have fun in a nightclub apparently has been ruined. The 19-year-old pop star and his crew went to Griffin Nightclub in the Meatpacking District, New York City, on Monday, July 29. The singer, however, reportedly was denied entry because he was still under 21.
Security guards did not allow him to enter the club because it could cause problems. TMZ reported that after being rejected by the club, Bieber and his entourage tried their luck in another club, Catch.
Earlier this month, Bodi nightclub in Chicago was cited after allowing the singer enter the 21-and-over establishment. A spokesperson for the Chicago Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection said, "The ticket was issued by the police to Bodi Nightclub for admitting and knowingly having underage persons in the establishment." The fine might take up to $1,000.
The nightclub, however, denied serving alcoholic drink to the singer. The operators also insisted that "neither Justin nor anyone affiliated with Bodi broke any laws." The club added that there was "a simple misunderstanding with local police officers."
The police showed up at Bodi nightclub after receiving a tip that Bieber and his friends allegedly drank alcohol in the club. The underage singer reportedly was forced to leave.