Justin Bieber criticized by fans for supposedly refusing to autograph CD at NAIA

The video entitled "Justin Bieber - how arrogant can you be?" posted yesterday by YouTube user v7andrea

 

(SPOT.ph) Teen pop sensation Justin Bieber has been criticized by his fans for supposedly refusing to sign a CD copy of his album at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) recently, reports PEP.ph

According to the report, a user named v7andrea uploaded a 19-second clip of Bieber boarding his flight out of Manila on Youtube yesterday. The Youtube user wrote, "My father (in neon green vest) tried to get an autograph from Justin Bieber for my sister. But take a look (at) what he did. He tapped my father’s hand and the (CD) fell on the floor. Nobody from his crew helped him. Not even an apology from Justin Bieber himself."

v7andrea added, "Where are your manners now kiddo? (I) know you’re sick but you could’ve at least said sorry you are not signing anything. How could you do that to my father?"

As of posting time, the video has over 3,000 hits. The top comment on the Youtube video reads: "Hey, Usher (R&B singer and Bieber’s mentor), teach that kid some manners! Without his fans, he wouldn’t be where he is now!"

According to PEP.ph, radio dzMM commentators Jon Ibañez and former Vice President Noli de Castro criticized Bieber’s supposed snubbing. Meanwhile, PEP.ph reports that Bieber’s die-hard fans argued that NAIA employees on duty should have given the singer some space because was sick.

During his Manila concert on Tuesday, he was said to be so ill due to a bad chest infection that he "was seen vomiting backstage in between songs," Hollywood blogger Perez Hilton cited a "tour insider." The source added, "Justin was advised to either cancel the show or do an abbreviated set... but he insisted on going on. So they cut down the show, but once the show started he kept going."

For more on this story, log on to PEP.ph and Perez Hilton.

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