Justin Bieber Tweeted up a storm last night, saying he's only human and he loves people.
But the singer clearly doesn't love all people, as a fan named Melinda Giel-Murray tried to take a picture of the singer at the Circle K Stables in Burbank on Monday.
As recounted to TMZ, Giel-Murray says Bieber referred to her a "bitch" as soon as he saw her cellphone and four members of his security team quickly approached to try and scare her into putting it away.
Watch the incident go down here and listen at the outset for Bieber's clear insult:
Later this same day, meanwhile, a woman at a miniature golf course also accused Bieber of flipping out when she tried to take his photo, even alleging that he went into her purse and grabbed her phone.
Does it suck to never have any privacy? Might it be a burden to always be the subject of fan desire? Sure. Probably.
But Justin Bieber is VERY rich and VERY famous and this is a trade-off all celebrities make. They get to rake in money and live out their dreams in exchange for the loss of some privacy.
Isn't it time Bieber acted more grateful than annoyed in these kinds of situations?
Yeah. Selfies like this work if you're Matthew McConaughey. Not Justin Bieber. Also, Matthew McConaughey would never post selfies like this because he doesn't need to constantly beg for attention or prove to himself that he's cool.
Ruining your own life is one thing, but when you cross the line into DUI, drag racing and starting fights? That's when you're bringing others down with you (and may even be risking their lives), and you essentially suck as a person.