Is Bieber Fever Getting Out of Hand?

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Justin Bieber might think twice about tweeting his whereabouts in the future. On Thursday, the 16-year-old singer tweeted that he would be at the Mayfair Hotel in London, which caused hundreds of fans to swarm the location.

Justin, who normally takes the time to hang out with his fans, was instead escorted out of the venue by security. He went through the back door and hopped into a waiting car and drove away.

Disappointed fans were angered by the snub, and even "cursed" the pop star as he left the premises, which led Justin to apologize to them on Twitter.

"Wish I could have come out from the performance at the Mayfair but security wouldn't let me," he tweeted. "For those girls who cursed me out for it, I'm sorry but sometimes I need to listen to security so no one gets hurt. But I like your attitude. The UK goes hard.

This isn't the first time Justin has caused a scene. The Canadian singer was scheduled to perform at the Roosevelt Mall in Long Island, NY last November, but the crowd got so out of hand that the event had to be shut down.
Devoted fans are one thing, but is Bieber fever getting out of control? During the same London visit, Justin also tweeted a message to his fans asking them to refrain from banging on the windows of his moving car. He consistently says he doesn't want his fans to get hurt (he has a point, guys), but could Justin also be overwhelmed by all the adoration?

At the end of the day, Justin is still a 16-year-old kid. According to his recent Billboard cover story, he studies a mandatory three hours per day and gets one day off per week to "just relax or play sports." It would be great if he could spend time with all his fans, but the fact is, he's becoming an international celebrity and fans should respect wishes, especially when he asks them to.%Poll-43203%

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