Clubber rushed the pop star but was taken down by security
Justin Bieber was last night (August 31) attacked in a Toronto nightclub.
According to TMZ, the pop singer was rushed by a clubber who pulled on the singer’s shirt before being brought down by security. The attacker was escorted from the club, and no police were called to deal with the incident.
Meanwhile, a video has appeared on YouTube claiming to show “everything wrong with Justin Bieber: Never Say Never in six minutes or less”. Scroll down and click ‘play’ to watch it.
According to CinemaSins, the makers of the video, the pop singer’s 3D concert film commits 98 so-called ‘movie sins’ ranging from “terrible lyricism” to showing the singer “perform one song in his jammies” to featuring an appearance from Miley Cyrus where “[she] isn’t embarrassing herself”.
Directed by Jon M Chu, (Step Up 3D, GI Joe: Retaliation), Justin Bieber: Never Say Never followed the singer during the 10-day build-up to his sell-out show at New York’s Madison Square Garden on August 31, 2010.
It was released in cinemas in February 2011 and grossed an impressive $98 million (£63 million) worldwide. In the US, it’s the highest-grossing concert film of all-time ahead of similar efforts starring Michael Jackson, Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus.