Justin Bieber Criticises "Disrespectful" Fans At Airport - Video
20 June 2012, 13:35 | Updated: 20 June 2012, 13:43
The 'Boyfriend' star was left frustrated after being bombarded with questions while waiting for Selena Gomez.
Justin Bieber has been filmed saying he felt "disrespected" by a group of fans at an airport in Canada.
The 'Boyfriend' star and an unidentified man – thought to be his bodyguard - were waiting to pick his girlfriend Selena Gomez from Toronto airport when the exchange took place.
In the video, which you can watch below, Justin appears to grow frustrated when they try to ask him questions while he waits.
Attempting to hide under a beanie and a hoodie, Justin says in the video: "Do I not have any right as a human being to wait for my own girlfriend? Why do you have to be so impatient?"
It is believed the star then tells them to "just wait for two seconds" after one female fan says they have been waiting all day.
Check out a photo of Justin arriving at a different airport, in London, earlier this year below:
As another apolosised to him, Justin, who had just flown in from another city, continued: "I've been here waiting for my girlfriend. I'm still a human being, I have a right to wait for my own girlfriend. You're not being very respectful at all. I feel very disrespected with all you guys waiting.
"You say you're really my fans, but then why are you doing this?"
Watch Justin Bieber talking to his fans below:
Another fan then said: "We're only telling you that you have to be nicer about this. You just have to be nicer about it that's all."
To which he replied: "I don't have to be nicer about it. You guys are in my face."
Justin is also seen posing for pictures and signing autographs for the fans in the video clip, suggesting that he was eventually able to meet their requests.
The singer is currently on a promotional tour in support of his new album 'Believe', which was released this week. The album features Justin's singles 'Boyfriend' and 'All Around The World'.
Check out Capital's track-by-track guide to 'Believe' below.