Justin Bieber just doesn’t do the right thing ever. For whatever reason, anything he does just comes off as a douche move. Maybe some of it is unfair, but the Biebs has established a lengthy résumé of jagoff behavior that people criticize. He had another one of those regrettable chode moments on Friday night’s concert at Boardwalk Hall Arena in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Bieber was addressing the crowd with some bullshit gibberish when a concertgoer threw a hat on stage. Then the wise and enlightened Bieber reprimanded the crowd.
“Take this moment to listen and try not to give me a hat or whatever you’re trying to throw onto the stage right now, because I probably don’t want that shit. But yeah, no I lost what I was going to say, I was deep into, like, a mode and a zone. I was—I was into it. Now I’m out of it. I’ll get it back. Just give me a second.”
“Deep into, like, a mode and a zone?” Something tells me that Justin Bieber was not expounding up existential nihilism and adding a new philosophy that Friedrich Nietzsche would have marveled at.
“Sorry for throwing your hat but you ruined the moment,” Biebs said.
“Ruined the moment?” Ruined the moment? You were babbling about nonsense during a Justin Bieber concert. Not exactly a “moment” like say Jimi Hendrix performing the national anthem at Woodstock.
Get the fuck over yourself.
Is that a kilt?
Didn’t Justin learn from his dreadlocks drama that oversensitive people will accuse anyone for perceived cultural appropriation.