An important memo for anyone who wholeheartedly adores Justin Bieber and his musical stylings: do not touch Justin Bieber. Do not attempt to meet and greet him after his shows. Do not interrupt the time he spends walking around barefoot and becoming the king of squirrels. And absolutely DO NOT throw a present for Justin on stage when he's in the middle of doing his thing. 'Kay?
Because he doesn't want "that shit". No, really. And he's pretty pissed off that anyone would dare to throw him shit he doesn't want and totally ruin his flow. Justin is an artiste. He has no time for your teddy bears.
During his concert in Atlantic City on Friday, one fan broke this cardinal rule and got a pretty intense reprimanding.
Justin was making a speech when a fan threw a hat on stage. Justin was not pleased.
"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," he said. "Sorry, that was mean."
"But yeah," he went on, after delivering that savage burn of a fan's attempt at a gift. "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."
He then performed a song, but once he was done he came back to remind the fan what they'd done wrong. You know, like when a teacher tells you off and then when you're bright red and trying not to cry they come back, try to make it better, but massively set you off.
"Sorry for throwing your hat," declared Justin. "But you ruined the moment. Whatever, let's do it."
He's not angry, he's just disappointed.