Justin Bieber Chides Fans Mid-Performance to At Least Clap on Beat: Watch

Justin Bieber chided fans for not clapping to the rhythm
Justin Bieber gently scolded fans during a set in Spain on Monday, Nov. 2, for clapping out of rhythm as he performed "What Do You Mean" C Flanigan/Getty Images

He’s at it again. Justin Bieber gently scolded fans during an appearance on a Spanish TV show on Monday, Nov. 2, chiding them for clapping out of rhythm.

The pop star, 21, was performing an acoustic version of his current hit single, “What Do You Mean?,” when he decided to give the audience a tip mid-song.

“At least clap on the right notes!” Bieber said. “Come on guys, stop, stop, stop.”

Selena Gomez’s ex-boyfriend then promptly showed the crowd how he wanted them to clap. “It’s like this [claps.] If you’re gonna clap, at least clap on beat.”

The singer’s latest admonishment comes less than a week after he walked offstage at a concert in Oslo, Norway, on Oct. 29 — after attempting to wipe up a water spill onstage. A day later, he took to Instagram to apologize to fans for his behavior.

“Sadly it’s been a rough week for me,” the “Sorry” singer wrote in his post. “Long days, no sleep… I am so sorry and anyone I may have disappointed, I’m sorry.”

Watch the video above.

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