Los Angeles: A few fans took to Twitter to slam Justin Bieber for allegedly making fans pay a lot of money for pictures with a life-size cardboard cutout of him at his recent Las Vegas show.
Justin Bieber. Pic/Santa Banta
A lot of his fans got disappointed when he announced he'd cancelled all future meet and greets on his ongoing tour. Some, who had paid USD 2000 to see him, got even more disappointed when they were greeted with a cardboard cutout of the pop superstar in a backstage room at his Las Vegas show over the weekend, reported Aceshowbiz.
It's unclear if the cutout was put there on purpose or not, but fans who had shelled out lots of money for the meet and greet weren't happy about it and vented their frustration on Twitter.
Other fans showed support for them by taking to the micro-blogging site to mock 23-year-old Bieber. "Someone stop Justin Bieber his lack of respect for his fans right now is making me sick to my stomach... Cardboard cutout for 2K...," a fan wrote.
"If you're ever feeling sad just remember there's a bunch of people who paid USD 2000 to meet a cardboard cut out of Justin Bieber," another said.
Bieber is currently in the middle of his "Purpose" tour, which comes in support of his latest album of the same name. A few days ago, he announced that he's canceling all future meet and greets because they made him "so drained and unhappy."
Fans, who have paid between USD 900 to USD 2,000 for one-on-one meet and greets, are being offered refunds. Most of them chose not to take the offer because if they do, they'll also lose their front row seats at the shows.