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Justin Bieber Knocked Out Cold In Paris

Written by Mike Hohnen on June 1, 2012

In case you don’t remember, the last time Bieber thought he could just walk through glass didn’t end too well for him. Now reports have come in that during his recent performance in Paris, The Biebs has once again been taken down by an inanimate sheet of glass.

In a quick phone conversation with TMZ, Bieber attempts to save some face by explaining the situation, which basically involves him not paying attention backstage between songs, and colliding with a window. “It really hurt, and I felt a little light headed, but my adrenaline I feel pushed me through it, but then after that I felt really weak, and I was walking down the stairs and I passed out for like 15 seconds and I was unresponsive, I finally opened my eyes and saw the Doctor who told me I had a concussion.”

However, credit where credit is due, Bieber handled the situation somewhat maturely saying: “Sometimes you just need to laugh at yourself”. This has given us a great strategy to avoid Bieberfever, simply fill our cities with glass windows. They are obviously his only weakness, so we must capitalise on it before it’s too late.

This idea might not seem too far fetched for Norway after Bieber’s recent stop off on his European Tour. The city of Oslo was considering declaring a state of emergency after hordes of screaming tween’s ran through the streets after the Canadian pop sensation’s tour bus was sighted. TMZ chat about the ordeal, explaining how the number of fans seemed to swell and swell, resulting in thousands of people waiting outside his hotel room.

Bieber seems to be laughing the whole thing off: “It was crazy!… Norway’s been waiting for me to come for a long time and I’ve never been to Norway, so when I arrived it was like they were waiting…everyone was in the streets, people took off school..” There were reports that girls had to be rushed to the hospital after being crushed.

Glass windows or not, something needs to be done to keep this ego in check, hopefully before an innocent fan’s Beiberfever ultimately leads to their death.


Via TMZ

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