Justin Bieber is still one of the world’s biggest idols, there is no doubt about that. Despite his ups and downs and having been away from the music world for nearly four years, the Canadian continues to garner massive attention. The proof is in what just happened in Paris, where he is spending a few days. And it is that the police had to appear at the doors of his hotel to dissipate his fans under threat of arrest.
Justin Bieber is in the French capital in the company of his wife, model Hailey Baldwin, on the occasion of the singer’s 27th birthday, which was celebrated on March 1. In addition, the artist has taken the opportunity to shoot the video clip of his new song on the roof of the Crillon hotel.
Well, as happened in the past when Justin Bieber was the global idol of the moment, a mass of fans traveled to the hotel where he is staying, the Mandarin Oriental, to see him up close. The same happened in the building where he recorded his music video, having to set up metal fences to organize the masses.
Taking into account the situation we are experiencing due to the coronavirus pandemic, the police had to appear in the area not only to control people but to dispel them under threat of arrest. And it is that security measures, such as social distance, were not being respected.
More than 150 Justin Bieber fans crowded in front of the building where his idol was hoping to see him up close and a total of 40 agents showed up in the area to. As a source has stated to MailOnline, “the police first cordoned off the area putting fans on the sidewalks but these continued to increase.”
“Then the police asked the fans to evacuate the street in 15 minutes since after that they would begin to arrest fans for illegal meeting by Covid,” adds one of the witnesses to what happened. The photos published in the press show that, indeed, the uproar was considerable, especially taking into account the health alert in which we find ourselves.