Justin Bieber Apologizes to Argentinean Fans Over Twitter

Justin Bieber (Nicky Loh/Getty Images)

Justin Bieber (Nicky Loh/Getty Images)

Justin Bieber has been taking a lot of heat this week. Not only did he have to cancel a concert because of food poisoning, but a video surfaced online that angered many of his Argentinean fans. In the clip, at his show on Nov. 9 at River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina, he is seen kicking an Argentinean flag that was thrown at him onstage.

The video shows the Biebs kicking the flag off the stage with his foot and mic stand during his performance on Nov. 9. Watch below.

After receiving many comments from angry fans about the incident, Bieber took to Twitter to apologize and set the record straight, claiming that it was a shirt and not a flag. “I would never do anything to disrespect my fans. I don’t like having to defend myself but this time it was needed as I mean no disrespect,” he wrote.

This is just one more incident that has caused Bieber headlines. Earlier this year, he created ruckus at a New York nightclub when he took off his shirt and began screaming at patrons and he was later caught peeing in a restaurant kitchen.

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