Justin Bieber Reportedly Snubs Fan With Down Syndrome at Meet and Greet

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Justin Bieber had quite the time when he was recently in Boston! Now one fan, with down syndrome, is saying the Biebs totally ignored him at his Boston meet and greet. Get the full story here and let us know if you think Bieber did anything wrong! justin bieber in bostonJustin Bieber recently had a blast in Boston but one of his fans didn't when they left his show very disappointed.

According to RadarOnline.com, Bieber basically ignored 16-year-old Jared Bedard, a fan with down syndrome, at his recent Boston meet and greet.

"I didn't know what to expect, but I wasn't expecting that," Jared's mom, Karen, told RadarOnline.com.

Jared won the chance to meet Bieber after he raised thousands of dollars for a child's cancer charity. He was reportedly sad Justin didn't even acknowledge his awesome accomplishment.

"When it was finally Jared's turn, he ran up and tried to get a spot close to his idol...Jared told me that Justin said, 'What's up man,' to him, but that was it," Karen said.

"I was just thinking Justin would talk to him a minute alone. Not like an hour or something, just even a minute. Maybe shaking his hand and saying, 'Congratulations buddy!' I tried to say, 'This is Jared. He won, he raised money to fight childhood cancer,' but it was too loud and Justin didn't hear me."


Aww, that's such a let down! We're sure Justin didn't ignore him on purpose!

"I know there were a lot of people there who had paid for the meet and greet, but it was a huge thing for Jared," Karen explained.

Read more about this story here.

Do you think Justin intentionally ignored Jared or were they expecting too much from the meet and greet? Let us know.

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