Published Oct 24, 2016From homophobia to inane screaming, last night's Justin Bieber concert in Manchester was a complete write-off.
First, the worst part. Carl Austin-Behan, the first-ever openly gay lord mayor of Manchester, told the Guardian that he was subject to some despicable and hateful language from some concertgoers at the sold-out event.
Austin-Behan told the Guardian that he was called a "dirty faggot and a dirty gay" by two teens at the concert. The incident was officially reported to police as a hate crime.
The disrespectful teens continued to wreak havoc while Bieber was onstage.
Last week, Bieber got pissed when some UK fans refused to simmer down long enough for him to give an inspiring message onstage. It turns out that the Brits haven't learned their lesson, however, as Bieber left the stage last night in Manchester.
"I appreciate all the support, I appreciate the love... but the screaming in these breaks has got to stop," Bieber said to a packed auditorium of shrill fans. "I don't think it's necessary when I'm trying to say something and you guys are screaming."
The screaming continued, so Bieber threw down his mic and left the stage. He came back later to close out the set, then added, "I travelled across the whole world to come here and I dedicate my life to performing and bringing smiles to people's faces. I feel that people were just not giving me the same respect back and it hurts a little bit so that's why."
Watch Bieber get fed up with his fans below.