Justin Bieber walks out of Spanish radio station after being asked to ‘help …

29 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Bieber walks out of awkward interview.

The troubled 21-year-old pop star, who allegedly turned over a new leaf earlier this year, unexpectedly walked out of a Spanish radio interview this week.The singer, who releases his new album ‘Purpose’ on November 13, looked unengaged throughout the nine minute interview, but it seems a request from the 40 Principales DJs to help them “break the internet” with some “crazy Justin” was a step too far. A seemingly agitated and confused Bieber is then asked to “break the Internet,” which prompted him to split from the interview without explanation. Although Bieber seemed up for the collaboration, initially saying “let’s do it”, he quickly changed his tune, opting for a quick exit via a side door.

Naked photos of the pop star spread like wildfire across the Internet at the start of the month, UFC fighter Ronda Rousey slammed the singer for snubbing her sister, and just last week news of him dining alone in Beverly Hills made headlines. Throughout the interview, the singer was asked questions about his love life, whether he dresses himself and if he frequents ‘discos’ – Bieber grew more and more disinterested the longer it went on. He told host Nick Grimshaw how he “always wants to stay pop”, and that this approach is similar to the late music icon: “I think that’s something awesome that Michael Jackson did. Up against Taylor Swift with nine nominations, he was named Best Male, Best Worldwide Act: North America, Best Look, Best Collaboration and he took home the Best Fans award. Bieber took to the stage to perform his hit, What Do You Mean, and told his fans as he won his second accolade: “I don’t take any of these moments for granted, you guys are unbelievable.

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