- Justin Bieber was spotted leaving a nightclub with his wife Hailey after a surprise performance
- The singer appeared to be 'yelling' at his wife as he raised his hand, a scene which some fans did not enjoy
- However, this was not the case as many of his fans, who were at the location, defended him, saying he was just too hyped
A video of R&B star Justin Bieber appearing to be shouting at his wife Hailey has gone viral on social media.
The video was taken as the couple, and their security team left the XS nightclub in Las Vegas, where Bieber and pop star Diplo had a surprise appearance.
This was Saturday, July 10, but the video went viral until Tuesday, showing Justin seemingly shouting at his wife while speaking to her.
According to the clip, the 26-year-old could be seen throwing his hand in the air, which made fans question exactly what was going on.
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Well, according to Toofab, who spoke to bystanders at the venue, this was far away from the truth as the singer was just too 'hyped'.
The Beliebers said the star was just "all adrenaline" and hated how their star was being criticised for doing nothing.
Here are a few fan comments who spoke to sources and social media.
“He was not yelling and we were there to witness what went down. He was all adrenaline,” one fan said.
“He was on straight adrenaline from performing,” another noted said.
“He wasn’t mad at Hailey and he wasn’t yelling at her. I hate how he’s always painted as the bad guy when he’s the furthest thing from it," they added.
General fan reactions
Here's also fans views from Instagram video by Onsite:
"He stay giving her attitude."
"They fighting on the red carpet? that’s so trailer park."
"Y’all act like married people don’t fuss."
"He always seems to be arguing with her."
"Yeah, married people argue but not in a public manner like this multiple times."
"I still ain’t forget when he closed the car door on her."
Bieber turns away fans
A few weeks back, YEN.com.gh reported about a video of Justin that emerged on social media of him turning away fans that had camped outside his apartment.
In the undated but recent clip shared by Balleralert on Instagram, the singer could be seen arriving at his New York apartment when fans started cheering him on while standing near his door.
Considering that it's not the first time he has addressed this online, he felt the urge to confront them and let them know how he feels.
When one fan asked for a hug, the Sorry crooner responded politely, saying:
"I hear you, but this is my home. This is where I live and I don't appreciate you guys being here. You know when you come home at the end of the night and you want to relax? This is my space to do that. I would appreciate if you guys would leave.