Bieber Fans Cause Unrest in Oslo

Police in Olso, Norway nearly declared a state of emergency after the arrival of pop icon Justin Bieber caused throngs of young fans from every corner of Europe to clog the streets.

The crowd became so large and unruly that officials were forced to plea to Bieber to say something and help them regain control.

TMZ reports:

We’re told the crowds have swelled to such overwhelming numbers, the police lost control — and are pleading with Bieber to take the stage early … before all hell breaks loose … as in RIGHT NOW.

Bieber was whisked to a safe location, later tweeting, “For the show to happen you must all listen to the police. We are all concerned for your safety, and I want what is best for you. Please listen.” Bieber is scheduled to perform four songs in front of the Opera House in Oslo, to which he will be transported by helicopter. The mini-show will be featured on his upcoming “Around the World” television special.

The young superstar recently released the album “Believe”, which has produced the two hit singles “Boyfriend” and “Die in Your Arms”.

Justin Bieber Causes Near State Of Emergency In Oslo

Justin Bieber Causes Near State Of Emergency In Oslo