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Justin Bieber loses his cool at Maxim Super Bowl party

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Justin Bieber is undoubtably under a lot of stress. Between dealing with a public relations nightmare and defending himself against criminal charges, it seems he may be starting to get frustrated. According to a Feb 1 story by TMZ, the star was spotted losing his cool at a Super Bowl party.

According to sources, Bieber arrived at the Maxim Super Bowl party in New York, but earlier in the day he was detained by the police for almost six hours, and this seems to have flustered Justin. In fact, he had instructed his body guards to shine blinding lights into the faces of anyone that was near the star and had a camera.

However, they were not entirely successful. A picture has emerged that shows Justin gives a rude gesture to someone that was snapping a picture of him. With his backlog of legal troubles, the Biebs’ image is under constant fire, and instances like this one are unlikely to help the singer stay relevant when the dust settles.


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