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11 October 2012, 10:47
The 'Believe' star says he is upset after several personal items were taken during his gig in Washington State.
Justin Bieber has shared his anger after some "personal footage" was stolen backstage on his most recent 'Believe' world tour show.
The 'Boyfriend' singer revealed on Twitter that someone had stolen his personal computer and laptop from a backstage area at the Tacoma Dome in Washington during his concert there on Tuesday (9th October).
Justin said it "sucks" when people can't respect your property and lamented losing what was on the equipment, while also thanking the fans for their support during his live show.
"Sucks when u take personal footage and people don't respect your privacy," Justin tweeted yesterday (10th October). "Yesterday during the show me and my tour manager Josh had some stuff stolen. really sucks. People should respect other's property.
"I had a lot of personal footage on that computer and camera and that is what bothers me the most. #lame #norespect."
This week also saw Justin star as one of the special guest mentor's on The X Factor USA, when he and manager Scooter Braun joined panelist L.A. Reid for the judges' houses section of the reality show competition.
View a picture of Justin Bieber performing on the launch weekend of his 'Believe' world tour below (Credit: Getty):
Justin is currently preparing to unveil the music video for his brand new single 'Beauty And A Beat', which features Nicki Minaj, who has promised it will "change the game" when it is released.
Justin Bieber continues his 'Believe' world tour this week with several dates in Canada.