Fans of the 'Beauty and the Beat' singer reportedly keep destroying a Buenos Aires hotel's property while camping outside the building to catch a glimpse of the pop star.
Justin Bieber's fans reportedly caused chaos, resulting in their favorite star being kicked out of a hotel in Argentina. According to a TMZ report, Bieber's fans had been camping outside Hotel Faena in Buenos Aires to catch a glimpse of their favorite singer. The crowd, however, allegedly made destruction to the hotel's property as they stayed outside the building.
The hotel reportedly asked the Canadian singer to leave because of his fans' behavior. According to the report, other hotels apparently also refused to let him in because his fans would follow.
On Saturday, November 9, the 19-year-old pop star sent a message via Twitter, telling fans who camped outside the hotel to stay calm. "To all my fans at the hotel. thank u. I love u, but please calm down and respect the police. We don't want anyone getting hurt," he wrote.
The next day, Bieber tweeted that he was feeling unwell because of food poisoning. "This sucks. #sick food poisoning," he tweeted on Sunday. He also shared a photo of him being hooked up to an IV drip. "Food poisoning is #allbad #musicmondays," he captioned the snap, referring to "All Bad", his latest song from his Music Mondays series.
Despite his condition, he thanked his fans as he won Best Male trophy at the MTV EMAs. He wrote, "Sitting here with food poisoning and heard we won #bestmale at the #EMAs. Thanks everyone." He won the award after beating Bruno Mars, Eminem, Jay-Z, and Justin Timberlake.