The 'Baby' singer, who is in the middle of lecturing fans not to throw things to the stage, picks a just-thrown iPhone, shoves it down his pants and rubs it around his private parts.
Justin Bieber has probably had enough of fans throwing things to the stage during his concert. At his New Jersey concert on Tuesday night, July 30, the 19-year-old singer took a break to lecture his overexcited fans who pelted stuff in his direction.
"I don't need a bandana honestly," Bieber told the crowd of the thing that had just landed on the stage. He went on to ask his fans to stop throwing things at him, saying, "Can we please refrain from throwing things on stage please?"
"You guys know what refrain means," he continued. "Refrain means don't throw. That's what that means."
One fan, who apparently would't listen to the pop superstar, threw an iPhone. Bieber picked the smartphone and told fans, "I do need a new iPhone," before shoving the phone down his pants. He proceeded to rub the phone around his private parts before tossing it back into the audience. The phone, however, didn't seem to return to its original owner.