Sometimes we wonder if Justin Bieber will ever grow up. It seems he can never stay out of trouble and his spoiled brat, prima donna reputation leaves him on the receiving end of very little sympathy from anyone.
Bieber has had several run-ins with the law that include reckless driving, suspicion of driving under the influence, possession of marijuana, resisting arrest and vandalism. For someone not yet 23 years old, that’s saying quite a lot — and none of it’s good.
With this is mind, it should come as no surprise that Bieber was caught on film getting his clock cleaned by a man much larger in stature than him.
In video obtained by TMZ, Bieber ran into some big trouble around 11 p.m. in the lobby of the Westin Hotel in Cleveland Wednesday night after the NBA Finals game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors.
The larger man was seen slapping Bieber, who then punched the man back. And that’s when the bigger guy took Bieber to the floor in a matter of seconds.
It’s unclear what started the argument.
Watch the exchange below:
Most people would probably want to rethink how they deal with others after being thrown to the ground like a rag doll. But, as Bieber has shown us again and again, he is not like most people. He never gets to experience the real world, being surrounded by an entourage of 20-plus people most of that time.
For that reason, he may never get it right — perhaps he never intends to.
He poked fun at the incident when he posted a video to his Instagram account and said, “Fighting is not cool.”
It’s a sad commentary for him, and it’s also very sad for us as we watch the pop star melt down.
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