What would the Sheffield Beliebers expect on Wednesday after his strop?

Justin Bieber’s Purpose World Tour concerts comes to Sheffield this week in the wake of controversy over his behaviour during the gigs.

The Canadian pop star complained about fans screaming when he was talking between songs while performing in Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham.

And in one of his Manchester concerts, he dropped his mic and fled the stage after telling the audiences to stop screaming while he was talking.

Some fans say the concerts have been the most disappointing they have attended.

After returning to the stage, he said: “I’m just going to quit the talking alright. I’m not going to talk the rest of the night. I feel like I wanna connect with you. The point of the no screaming thing is that, when I’m looking at you in the eyes, you know that we’re actually having a moment and having a connection.”

He added: “We are just going to do the music. Obviously Manchester just can’t handle it so let’s just do the music.”

The hashtag of “PurposeTourManchester” was awash with different attitude of this 22-year-old pop star’s strop. Some are questioning how he would react this Wednesday when he comes to the Sheffield Arena tomorrow night.

However, Tracey Ma, who was there at the concert on Sunday, found this fascinating: “I actually found it enjoyable, those £70 was totally worth it. That was his final show in Manchester. I think he was just not happy with Manchester as a whole.”

Shuqi Shi

Journalism student of the University of Sheffield 2015-2018.

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