The Word: Justin Bieber spat off a balcony over a crowded street

The Look: Justin Bieber at the 40th American Music Awards on Nov. 18 in Los Angeles. Credit: Getty Images
Justin Bieber has been reckless with the people around him lately. Credit: Getty Images

Is Justin Bieber literally spitting on his fans now?

The Biebs was in Toronto for a concert yesterday when a fan snapped several photos of him leaning over his hotel balcony to spit. It’s not clear what his target is, but according to TMZ, as well as Bieber’s own Instagram stream, his hotel was surrounded by fans all day, so it seems like they would have been difficult to avoid. Maybe Bieber just has much better spit-aim than most people do.

To be fair, I can see how it would start to get to you to have screaming fans surrounding your room 24/7. But that’s why I’m a blogger, not a pop star. I only have a few screaming fans outside my window and they keep bank hours.

Most of Justin’s recent misbehaviour involves bodily fluids. A recent video shows Bieber and his posse fooling around in the basement of an unnamed NYC eatery. One of them, said to be Justin, is peeing into a yellow mop bucket. It’s a little hard to tell if it’s actually him, but he sure looks and sounds like the Biebs. As they leave, he also says, “F– Bill Clinton,” and sprays a photo of the former president with some cleaning fluid.



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