Justin Bieber blames tough schedule for London meltdown
Pop star Justin Bieber has blamed his London meltdown on his punishing schedule, insisting gruelling daily workouts, homesickness, and the strain of performing live took a toll on him.
The Baby singer hit headlines around the world on Friday when he was filmed in a foul-mouthed clash with a paparazzo in the capital.
The incident came after days of mounting pressure on the teen star, who was criticised for turning up late for his opening gig at London's O2 Arena on 4 March and had a bust-up with bouncers at a nightclub as he celebrated his 19th birthday on 1 March.
His 10-day trip to Britain ended in chaos and controversy on Friday when Bieber was caught on camera threatening to "beat the f**k out of" a snapper outside his London hotel, but now the Canadian star has spoken out, blaming his behaviour on a "hard" few days.
He tells German newspaper Bild, "It was a hard week. I was working out every morning and had a huge show every night. When people are pushing their camera in your face all day long and yell mean things at you (it's hard). I'm only human, too. I'm far away from home, I miss my family, my siblings and my friends."
what do you think?
Oh poor boy, He's had a hard week, working out and then a big show every night, let me see, I also work out and have to work all day, also get yelled mean things at, but you dont see me blaming the public
So justin a few nights at the o2 is a tough schedule is it? Playing 23 concerts to over 500,000 fans in 11 countries over 45 days and flying 50,000miles. And doing some of that flying your self! now thats a tough schedule but you dont hear 5 middle aged blokes complaining! I suggest that if at the age of 19 you cant hack it that You quit now. Actually do it any way
But don't forget Chris, the poor wee soul has a work out every morning too! ;-)
Like a lot of youngsters today, they want the good things in life but none of the hardships. Either shape up or ship out.
Seems he puts more effort into the jedwardesque-fro than his *actual* "work"