Justin Bieber clashes with paparazzi outside London hotel - watch

Pop star reacts after being told to "fuck off back to America" by paparazzi

Justin Bieber has clashed with photographers outside a London hotel today (March 8).

The teen star, who kept fans waiting for two hours at a London concert on Monday and was subsequently hospitalised after collapsing after his gig on Thursday found lashed out at a photographer this afternoon on his way our of hospital. Scroll down to see the footage now.

Held back by his minders, Bieber is challenged to a fight by the photographer who says "lose your fucking minders" shortly after telling the singer to "fuck off back to America" and calling him a "fucking moron." Bieber has subsequently tweeted about the clash, saying that he is only human and that the photographer got the better of him.







Yesterday, Justin Bieber hit out at the British media for the treatment he has received since arriving in the UK for his recent live dates. The singer is due to perform a final date at London's O2 Arena tonight (Friday March 8)

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