Justin Bieber's Rep Denies He Spit On Fans

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Justin Bieber really heard it from people when he was recently accused of spitting on his fans while in Canada! The Biebs reportedly spit off a Toronto hotel balcony onto a crowd of Beliebers below. Click to find out what his rep is saying about the whole incident and who they're blaming! Justin Bieber spitting off balconyDid Justin Bieber REALLY spit on his fans from a balcony while he was recently in Toronto?

Well according to his rep, the answer to that question is NO!

"Justin didn't spit on anyone. No fans were below the balcony," the Biebs' rep told Us Magazine.

"In fact, earlier in the day, Justin bought his fans hot chocolate and played them some of his new music. Justin loves his fans," the rep added.

All of this comes after pics appeared online that showed what appeared to be Bieber spitting off of his Toronto hotel balcony in to a crowd of fans. Read about that here.

The rep also claimed that the spitting photos, originally obtained by TMZ, were altered. But TMZ is sticking by their original story and said that Bieber's people are lying. They also brought up the point that Justin even posted a pic of his fans below his hotel balcony that day.

We honestly think it comes down to when the photos were taken. Maybe the crowd left at certain times of the day?...

Do you believe Justin's team about the spitting allegation or do you think they're just covering it all up for him?

We honestly don't think JB would ever spit on his fans! He can be crazy at times but he's not that rude...especially to Beliebers!

Your thoughts?

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