Bieber Fever

Pop-sensation Justin Bieber who is in Israel for an outdoor concert Thursday April 14th, became involved in a diplomatic situation.

There were plans between the singer and the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to meet but was subsequently called off for differing reasons.

According to the New York Times, a spokesman said that the Prime Minister was open to the idea of meeting the singer. But when the suggestion to invite children from dangerous areas in Israel surfaced, the meeting seemed impossible.

Ever since Bieber arrived in Israel, he has been harassed by the paparazzi and fans. He posted on Twitter his feelings about their reactions, especially when his fans bombarded him on holy grounds.

“They should be ashamed of themselves,” Bieber tweeted on Tuesday. “Take pictures of me eating but not in a place of prayer, ridiculous.”

He also wrote that he was not happy with his position in Israel. “[I] want to see this country and all the places ive dreamed of and whether its the paps or being pulled into politics its been frustrating.”

Justin Bieber will still hold his concert on Thursday.

UPDATE: After his show yesterday, Justin Bieber seemed as happy about the performance as his fans. “AMAZING NIGHT … AMAZING PLACE … AMAZING SHOW!!” he tweeted. “NEVER GOING TO FORGET THIS ONE. #BLESSED”
Next up Bieber goes to the Singapore Indoor Stadium. He has shows booked abroad through May.

By Catherine

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