Justin Bieber rebuffs fans at NAIA

Canadian pop star Justin Bieber’s alleged notorious reputation manifested itself when he reportedly exhibited unpleasant behavior towards his waiting fans at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).

Bieber did a show on Tuesday at the SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds as part of his “My World 2011 Asian Tour.”

He left the country Wednesday morning and was shown in videos aired in major networks ABS-CBN and GMA walking hurriedly while telling his fans to get out of his way.

Another video showed the pop star telling a cameraman to move back when the latter took footage of him.

The same report said that the singer was a no-show at his concert’s after party held at the Seventh High Lounge in Taguig on Tuesday night.

The 17-year old singer was also the subject of denunciation in the video sharing site YouTube.

According to the video description, the singer hit the hand of an airport employee who attempted to have a cd autograph for his daughter. As a result the cd fell to the floor after which no apology was offered by Bieber.

Meanwhile, diehard Beliebers, the collective name for the singer’s fans, vigorously defended the singer by saying that he had been feeling ill even before arriving in the country. He was said to have been diagnosed last week with a bad chest infection, and even vomited backstage in between songs during his Manila concert.

At any rate, Bieber through his Twitter account thanked his Filipino fans who came to see the show.