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Please stop Beliebing: The year of the troubled pop star

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The manic screams from teenage girls are growing quieter in 2013. Angry "Boyfriend" lovers have pulled posters off of the walls after learning that Justin Bieber is causing drama.

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Sure, being a 19-year-old is a time to learn and become an adult. And sure, he gets told all the time how great and talented he is by anyone within a 10-foot radius. But it's getting ridiculous in many people's eyes.

This was the year of Bieber rebellion after his latest "Believe" tour that got him hit with fines and scandal. Not to mention his general attitude about himself and everyone else.

People with a hatred for the pop star just got even more annoyed about hearing all the junk that makes the news.

Here is a list of the greatest flubs in the Canadian's career in 2013 alone.

All of the screw-ups have made some happy that he may be leaving the music industry in due time.

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