Yikes! Justin Bieber's fans didn't hold back at his Manchester Arena concert in England on October 20.
This isn't the first time he's given a United Kingdom crowd a ticking off, after he called fans at his Birmingham show earlier this week "obnoxious".
"Try and stay as quiet as possible", he said. "I just thought I could have a moment".
The tour started with two shows in Birmingham earlier this week, where he appeared to be calling the crowd "obnoxious" before he told his fans to stop screaming. "I get it, it's been in our blood, it's ingrained that you go to a concert and you scream and stuff. I can cut [it] if you want", he said.
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Earlier in the week, while playing in Birmingham, Bieber had done the same thing, telling the adoring crowd that while he admired their devotion he'd like to be able to talk to them. "Could you guys just relax?" So if when I'm speaking, you guys could not speak at the top of your lungs, is that cool with you guys?
Justin added that while he appreciates "all the love", "the screaming is just so obnoxious", before asking his fans to scream after he has performed his songs instead.
His fans - otherwise known as Beliebers - have of course jumped to his defence and given their own opinions as to why Justin wants to speak to the crowd.
The Purpose World Tour wraps up at the end of November, so Bieber has just a month and some change left to practice patience with his fans.