Thousands of Argentinian Beliebers come together to help bring back their idol

Beliebers have once again showed their power and dedication towards their favourite singer, but this time it were the Argentinian fans who have teamed up in order to protest against their government. On Monday, Justin sent out a tweet apologising to his fans from Argentina, stating that he won’t be allowed to perform in the country due to “legal conditions”.

The problem that Justin is facing formed in 2013, when he allegedly desecrated the national flag during a concert in Buenos Aires by pushing it off stage. He issued a formal apology and said that he was unaware that the object he kicked was the national flag, and that may have worked if he hadn’t gotten into more trouble in 2014. Charges were pressed against him after another alleged assault of a photographer. Bieber didn’t come to the hearing, a warrant was issued for his arrest, and the charges still stood. To add fuel to the flame, another accusation surfaced last month when he once again disrespected the national flag.

He continued to show support and love towards Argentinian Beliebers, and they decided to to the same. The streets of Buenos Aires flooded with fans protesting the government’s decision not to allow Bieber back in the country, and a worldwide trend took over Twitter – #MarchaBelieber

Justin has made a lot of mistakes, but he is doing his best to make up for them. He has admitted to his negative actions and apologised time and time again, and many have forgiven him, while millions of others still hold a grudge. However, with the release of his newest album Purpose he has grown on people due to his new sound, a sound that Argentinian Beliebers deserve to witness live after the insane amount of support they’ve shown him today.

Argentinian Beliebers in Buenos Aires today!

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How do you think this will play out? Will the Argentinian government cave in and allow JB a concert, or will they stand by their decisions and deprive fans of what they want? Tell us your opinion on CelebMix and CelebMixJB!

Written by Azra

Genetically modified to despise raspberries and have a weird obsession over Sprite and a boyband