Justin Bieber pleads with fans to stop gathering outside his home

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By stefan armitage

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A video has surfaced on social media showing the moment Justin Bieber pleaded with his fans to stop gathering outside his home.

The clip was posted to TikTok on Friday (June 25) by user @VanessaFex. The footage shows the moments the Grammy award-winning singer approached fans who had gathered outside of his New York City apartment.

As the fans shout and ask for hugs and photos, the 27-year-old Canadian singer stops to address the matter of them being gathered outside his home.

In the video, Bieber calmly tells the group of fans:

"I hear you, I hear you. But this is my home. You know what I mean? This is where I live. And I don't appreciate you guys being here.

"You know when you come home at the end of the night, and you want to relax? This is my space to do that. So I would appreciate it if you guys could leave."

It is unknown when the video was originally recorded, but @VanessaFex did mention in the caption to a previous video that the posts were a "throwback".

The video has amassed over 10.1 million views since it was posted, with many TikTokers taking to the comments section to praise Bieber for how he handled the situation.

"People are ALLOWED to set boundaries," one person wrote. "He said follow him anywhere else JUST NOT HIS HOME! I think that's pretty understandable."

A second added: "He's a human too. Respect for him to explaining politely & calm".

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Sadly, this is not the first time Bieber has publicly had to ask his fans not to gather at his residences.

Per Billboard, back in October 2020, the 'Sorry' singer took to his Instagram Stories to write the following message to his followers:

"How do you convince yourself it's not completely inappropriate and disrespectful to wait outside my home to gawk, stare and take pictures as I walk into my apartment. This is not [a] hotel. It's my home."

Let's hope more and more fans see this and start respecting their idols' personal space and privacy.

Featured image credit: PA Images/Alamy

Justin Bieber pleads with fans to stop gathering outside his home

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By stefan armitage

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A video has surfaced on social media showing the moment Justin Bieber pleaded with his fans to stop gathering outside his home.

The clip was posted to TikTok on Friday (June 25) by user @VanessaFex. The footage shows the moments the Grammy award-winning singer approached fans who had gathered outside of his New York City apartment.

As the fans shout and ask for hugs and photos, the 27-year-old Canadian singer stops to address the matter of them being gathered outside his home.

In the video, Bieber calmly tells the group of fans:

"I hear you, I hear you. But this is my home. You know what I mean? This is where I live. And I don't appreciate you guys being here.

"You know when you come home at the end of the night, and you want to relax? This is my space to do that. So I would appreciate it if you guys could leave."

It is unknown when the video was originally recorded, but @VanessaFex did mention in the caption to a previous video that the posts were a "throwback".

The video has amassed over 10.1 million views since it was posted, with many TikTokers taking to the comments section to praise Bieber for how he handled the situation.

"People are ALLOWED to set boundaries," one person wrote. "He said follow him anywhere else JUST NOT HIS HOME! I think that's pretty understandable."

A second added: "He's a human too. Respect for him to explaining politely & calm".

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Credit: TikTok
size-large wp-image-1263115129
Credit: TikTok
size-large wp-image-1263115130
Credit: TikTok
size-large wp-image-1263115131
Credit: TikTok

Sadly, this is not the first time Bieber has publicly had to ask his fans not to gather at his residences.

Per Billboard, back in October 2020, the 'Sorry' singer took to his Instagram Stories to write the following message to his followers:

"How do you convince yourself it's not completely inappropriate and disrespectful to wait outside my home to gawk, stare and take pictures as I walk into my apartment. This is not [a] hotel. It's my home."

Let's hope more and more fans see this and start respecting their idols' personal space and privacy.

Featured image credit: PA Images/Alamy