We said it two days ago and we'll say it again: Justin Bieber fans must chill the eff out!
On Sundy, Australian police were forced to cancel a concert in Sydney because Bieber fans passed out, rushed the stage, caused injury to each other and generally acted Amy Winehouse on a typical Tuesday night.
Justin let them off the hook, however, simply Tweeting that it wasn't his decision to shut down the event and thanking them for their support.
But now even Bieber has spoken out... after fans in New Zealand trampled his mother!
Yes, this actually took place when Bieber touched down in Auckland last night. He was immediately surrounded by 500 supporters, none of whom thought twice creating a mini riot. Tweeted the singer soon afterwards:
"Finally got to New Zealand last night. The airport was crazy. Not happy that someone stole my hat and knocked down my mama. Come on people..."
Later joking that he's the "most dangerous creature" in the country, the Miley hater wrote to his two million Twitter followers that he wants "to sign and take pics and meet my fans but if you are all pushing security won't let me. Let's keep it safe and have fun."
The 16-year old's mother says she's alright, but we really hope fans will heed Bieber's words. He's just a singer with a cute haircut. You've never met him before. Relax, people.
After playing at a local college and taking part in activities such as bungee jumping off a bridge, Bieber Tweeted again: "NEW ZEALAND = GREAT SUCCESS."
Except for the trampled mother part, that is.
[Photos: Splash News]