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Justin Bieber Not Happy With Paparazzi
Justin might be adored by millions and touring around the world, but Popstar! Online reveals that there’s a dark side to fame too.
The Biebster was hanging in Israel and doing his best to take in the sights, but the paparazzi pushed the teen celeb to his breaking point on Tuesday and he didn’t hesitate to use his Twitter profile to make his feelings known.
“You would think paparazzi would have some respect in holy places. All I wanted was the chance to walk where jesus did here in isreal.
They should be ashamed of themselves. Take pictures of me eating but not in a place of prayer, ridiculous
People wait their whole lives for opportunities like this, why would they want to take that experience away from someone
Staying in the hotel for the rest of the week u happy?”
On a related note, someone found their claim to Twitter fame with one simple tweet,
“@justinbieber your famous the pap are obvs gunna follow you! STFU! #papsleavebiebsalone is stupid! JUSTIN GROW UP!”
This message might have eventually got lost in the never-ending message stream of Twitter… except Justin replied to it.
“@joshw866 U think I’m stupid? I just thought they might respect places that are meaningful like “the church” but thanks tips”
Okay, before you go over to that profile and start bashing on the guy (and believe me, he’s already gotten plenty of death threats), realize that @joshw866 said the trending topic, #papsleavebiebsalone, was stupid. He did NOT say Justin was stupid, which seems to be how many people, including Justin, took it.
Want to hurt the guy? Just ignore him and let him fade back into Twitter obscurity. Threatening and insulting him just keeps him in the spotlight.
Now, back to the main topic. Is the paparazzi taking things too far or is their endless presence just one of those prices that has to be paid when you become famous? Should your entire life be exposed to a camera lens?