Justin Bieber Dances Shirtless in Rio After Dramatic Bottle Incident

Justin Bieber Dances Shirtless in Rio After Dramatic Bottle Incident

Enjoying a much needed break, Justin Bieber stopped by club in Rio de Janeiro Brazil on Sunday (November 3).

Showing off his abs, the “One Less Lonely Girl” hitmaker went shirtless as he hit the dance floor.

During his show on Saturday night, a fan decided that they were not happy with his song selection. While performing his hit single “Boyfriend,” the fan threw a bottle of water, which sent Justin”s microphone flying out of his hand. He then stared at the crowd for a few seconds before turning around and walking off stage.

Not only did the water bottle cause a commotion during the concert, but the 19-year-old singer apparently offended a few fans when he kicked a Brazilian flag off the walkway into the crowd. The fans were already upset due to the concert starting 20 minutes late.

Bieber never came back to the stage and the fans were left disappointed as his crew cleaned up.

Felipe Gladiador of Brazil”s G7 website stated, “The scene was so shocking that even his dancers couldn”t believe what they had seen. The fans didn”t know what was going on and stayed in their seats half an hour, hoping that he would come back to finish the show. “

Gladiador continued, “The public called for him, sang Baby, and yet nothing. The lights came on, and Bieber”s team started to take the equipment away and the fans realized it wasn”t going to happen. In the end there was no farewell, no thanks and no rendition of his most famous song,”

“Once again the music was left to one side and the ego took over, his blood boiled and the rebellious teenager wiped out the talented singer. A night of fun was overshadowed by a few seconds of anger and immaturity,” he added.

Although he dramatically left the show early, Justin took to his Twitter, acted as though nothing happened and tweeted, “That was crazy!! Thank u rio!! Thank u brazil! Sold out stadium tonight! Amazing crowd. Hyped. Bless. Thank u.”