Justin Bieber tells Aussie fan: 'You make me sick'

JUSTIN Bieber has made privacy a huge priority over the past couple of years.

From ending his pricey backstage meet and greets to a well-documented snubbing of fans keen for face time, the singer seems to be a little sick of interacting with his infamous Beliebers.

Bieber's fan snub came yesterday, when 20-year-old fan Sabah Helal started following the singer around Melbourne during his current Australian tour.
 

Helal’s selfie with Bieber
Helal’s selfie with Bieber Facebook

When the young fan saw Bieber step out of a car near Crown Casino, she rushed over to him and told him she was going to take a selfie with him.

"He wasn't in a good mood and was adamant that he wouldn't take a photo with me," she told The Herald Sun .

Bieber told Helal, "You're invading my privacy, I don't want a photo."

Helal admitted she knew he wasn't interested in taking a photo at all but "I told him, I was going to take the photo anyway."

When she started snapping away, Bieber replied, "Look at you, you make me sick".
 

Bieber plays to a sold-out crowd at Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium.
Bieber plays to a sold-out crowd at Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium. News Corp Australia

The fan's mother Houda Bennaoui also wasn't too happy about the situation, telling The Herald Sun she was "disgusted" with the singer.

"My daughter was bawling her eyes out. She was dying to meet him and then he humiliated her," she said.

"After years of supporting him, my daughter will never see him again in concert."

The mother and daughter had been to see Bieber on Friday night where a number of his fans and critics dubbed his performance "expressionless" and "stone-faced".

Bieber's refusal to take a selfie with Helal comes a little over a year since the singer announced he'd no longer be taking fan photos.

In May, 2016 the Sorry singer posted on Instagram writing "It has gotten to the point that people won't even say hi to me or recognise me as a human, I feel like a zoo animal and I wanna be able to keep my sanity."

News Corp Australia


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