Fan Throws Shoe At Justin Bieber As He Fails To Perform ‘Despacito’ Live: “I Don’t Even Know It”
Justin Bieber disappointed his fans in Stockholm recently after he refused to perform his number one hit ‘Despactio’.
While taking to the stage at the Summerbust Festival, it soon became clear that the millionaire pop star can’t sing in Spanish.
After a someone in the crowd suggested he perform the summer tune, the 23-year old replied,
I can’t do ‘Despacito’. I don’t even know it.
And one angry fan simply wasn’t having it.
While other Beliebers continued to cheer, the enraged concert goer launched what seems like a shoe directly at the singer.
Justin managed to dodge the object, and reacted in an unusually calm way, saying,
Don’t throw things at me, please.
Another fan who attended the festival took to Twitter to share the moment, saying,
Someone threw a shoe at Justin Bieber because he didn’t know the lyrics to despacito.
someone threw a shoe at justin bieber because he didn't know the lyrics to despacito pic.twitter.com/PghbGMFfDf
— angel 🗣 (@callmeanjelito) June 13, 2017
Despite his featured hit with Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee topping charts all over the world, Justin doesn’t seem to have got to grips with the lyrics himself.
And his Stockholm gig isn’t the first time ‘Despacito’ has stumped the singer.
Bieber took to the stage at NYC’s 1 OAK club in May to sing the tune of the summer, but failed to impress the crowd.
He was filmed improvising during the performance, singing, “I don’t know the words, so I say Dorito”.
The Spanish-spoken verse even became replaced with the words “blah blah blah”.
But it seems there are no hard feelings from Puerto Rican singer Luis.
He released the original hit with Daddy Yankee in January, and the remix with Justin Bieber came out in April.
In an interview with Rolling Stone last month, the hitmaker explained,
That chorus is not easy to sing, even for fluent Spanish singers like myself. It’s got a lot of lyrics, it’s kind of tongue-twisty.
Regardless of Bieber’s inability to give a sensational live performance of the song, it still remains at number one on the Billboard 100.