Justin Bieber risked the wrath of his loyal Beliebers on Sunday when he cancelled a pre-concert filming session with a select group of fans claiming he wasn't well enough to go through with the scheduled event, but still rocked up on stage hours later looking perfectly fine.
The 'Boyfriend' singer brought his 'Believe' tour to Miami's American Airlines Arena over the weekend where he was joined on stage by the likes of Ludacris, Big Sean and Cody Simpson, and was also filming scenes for his new concert movie, which Justin confirmed on Twitter.
Justin Bieber infuriated his fans when he cancelled filming for his new concert movie this weekend (JLN Photography/WENN)
The 18-year-old was due to record scenes with his fans prior to the concert on Sunday but, according to PerezHilton.com, Justin cancelled the filming claiming he was “ill,” despite the Beliebers already signing release forms which promised the star would definitely be in attendance.
A father of a fan told the website: “I'm enraged! She spent the whole day being used under false pretenses. She should have at least been given complimentary tickets.”
According to reports, the teen didn't arrive on stage until 10:15pm, but fans who were queuing up for the filming session say they saw Justin “riding a scooter behind the arena.”
“His 'people' reportedly treated the audience like cattle, herding them outside using excuses such as 'he was out late last night,' which is extremely inappropriate to say to children,” another source added.
While some of his fans were left miffed, Justin certainly had a good time at the concert with his famous friends, Big Sean, Ludacris, Jaden Smith, Mike Posner and support act Cody Simpson joining him on stage.
“Miami!! It is almost that time! #BELIEVEtour… and I got friends with me tonight #BigFinale,” Bieber teased before later adding: “We ended it big in MIAMI tonigh. @officialjaden @CodySimpson @MikePosner @BigSean and my guy @Ludacris all hit the stage. #BELIEVEtour.”
The movie in question is a follow-up to Justin's 'Never Say Never 3D' concert movie which was released in 2011, which has become the highest-grossing concert movie since 1984.
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