Keep calm and love Justin Bieber

By  | Jun 22, 2020, 01:48 PM  | Justin Bieber 

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Love him or hate him but you cannot deny the fact that Justin Bieber made his presence felt last night at the FNB Stadium, during his last leg of his South African tour.  He had girls of all ages screaming at the top of their lungs and from there on it was clear that “The Biebs” was there to give them the time of their lives.

Times Live has reported that the teenage super star was a bit obscene singing songs like “Die in Your Arms” with lyrics like: “If I could just die in your arms, I wouldn’t mind ‘cause every time you touch me I just die” while pouncing around the stage with his dropped-crotched pants.

Justin had the audience begging for more. 

 “I see a lot of beautiful women in the audience tonight.  I’m not seeing just one or two; I’m seeing thousands of beautiful women in the audience man.”

The stadium erupted with squeals from teenage girls who couldn’t believe what they had just heard.

He got the same reaction after his strip tease which involved him taking off his sweater and throwing it into a hysterical crowd of young girls assuring them that he didn’t need it as it was his last performance for a while.  There were more cries when he went topless and grabbed on his crotch -goodness where were the parents?!?

Bieber switched off his sex appeal for a moment when he brought his mother Pattie on stage and presented her with a bouquet of flowers for Mother’s Day. Mother and son hugged and kissed ending off the heartfelt moment with: “I love you, mom”.

Bieber sang crowd favourites that included Boyfriend, Never Say Never and Baby.

The Bieber fever was definitely in full effect with some Beliebers (Justin Bieber fans) wearing T-shirts that read:  “Keep Calm and Love Bieber” while others read “This Person is a verified Belieber.”

If you’re still trying to fight the power of “The Biebs” we feel sorry for you because he definitely came, saw and conquered SA!

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