Justin Bieber the pop star sensation from Canada blamed his meltdown in London on the grueling schedule he has had to hold. He said his daily workouts, his homesickness and strain from performing on stage live has taken its toll.
Last Friday the Baby crooner made the headlines across the globe after he was filmed in London clashing with paparazzo using foul language in the capital of the United Kingdom.
That incident came after a number of days of increasing pressure on the young pop star, who has been criticized for arriving late at his opening show at the O2 Arena in London on March 4. On March 1, Bieber also had a run in with bouncers from a nightclub where he was celebrating turning 19.
Bieber’s trip of 10-days in the United Kingdom ended in controversy and chaos last Friday. Bieber was filmed on camera threatening a paparazzo that he would beat the “you know what” out of one of them outside a hotel in London.
However, the Canadian pop star spoke out on Monday for the first time blaming his uncharacteristic behavior on the difficult time he has experienced the last few days.
In an interview with a German newspaper, Bieber said the week was hard with workouts each morning and huge strenuous shows each night. Therefore, he said when cameras get pushed onto your face, he was only human and sometimes that means he gets upset and loses his patience.