CHINESE CHOP FOR BIEBER!
Singer is banned for his ‘dodgy past’
POP star Justin Bieber has been BANNED from performing in China because of his ‘bad behaviour’.
The 23-year-old has been slapped with the ban by the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture, who have had enough of the pint-sized Canadian hitmaker’s antics when touring the East Asian country.
His behaviour in China has previously raised eyebrows and now it seems the city bureau are giving him the Chinese chop.
Officials said they were excluding the ‘talented singer’ from their country in the interests of imposing standards and to ‘clean up’ the domestic performance market.
In response to a fan on their website, the bureau also said that the controversial singer had previously caused ‘public dissatisfaction’ in his private life.
The Bieber performed in China in 2013 but caused an outrage when he was filmed being carried up the Great Wall of China by his bodyguards.
He also stripped on stage to reveal his bare chest and rode around on a Segway in Beijing half-naked.
However, he’s not the only pop star to have been banned from the communist state.
Lady Gaga, Bjork and Bon Jovi are also barred after they either met or supported the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama.
Bieber has apologised to fans after cancelling the last 14 dates of his Purpose World Tour.