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Justin Bieber Greets Fans Despite Riot Risk!

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Justin Bieber managed to greet his adoring fans despite a “possible riot situation” on his tour of the UK and Ireland. Yesterday, Bieber was warned by police that making a public appearance in front of his fans would cause a possible riot as fans may stampede, eager to touch the Canadian pop sensation. However, you’ll be pleased to know that the “Baby” hit-maker worked it out and no-one got hurt.

There were no flying kicks this time as the ‘Baby’ hit-maker’s hotel in the English city of Liverpool was surrounded by crowds of screaming fans by 6pm on March 10 ahead of his ECHO arena concert in the Beatles’ home city last night. The Beatles were the original pop group, the first ever to be greeted by screaming fans.

Police warned Justin to stay away from his balcony at The Hard Days Night Hotel and threatened him with arrest if he did so, as they feared it would cause a riot where people could be injured as they rushed to get closer to their idol

A disappointed Bieber Tweeted: “i cant even say hi to my fans outside cuz of the police. some bull. Trying to work it out so i can say whatup to my fans (sic).”

And within 30 minutes, Justin Bieber it was a case of “U Smile”, another of his hits, when his management team had successfully negotiated with the police and Justin had a few words to share with the screaming crowds outside.

Again, Justin Tweeted his happiness at the arrangement, saying, “I LOVE YOU GUYS!! that was great!”

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