Just when you thought pop stars like Justin Bieber can catch a break overseas, think again.
The "Baby" singer took to Twitter to vent his frustrations with paparazzi infringing on his trip to Israel and its surroundings earlier today, according to Reuters.
"You would think paparazzi would have some respect in holy places. All I
wanted was the chance to walk where Jesus did here in Israel," Justin
wrote. The dissatisfaction apparently never ceased as the singer
unleashed a series of tweets throughout the day.
"People wait their whole lives for opportunities like this, why would they want to take that experience away from someone," the teen star continued. "I want to see this country and all the places I've dreamed of and whether its the paps or being pulled into politics it's been frustrating."
To make matters worse, a local paper reported that Justin refused to meet with the Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and a host of war ravaged children. While the government was judicious with their acceptance of the singer not being able to fulfill the request, Justin placed the blame squarely on the impolite paparazzi.
"It's not the fans, and some of the paps were nice enough to leave, but some people just don't have respect."
This paparazzi tirade might not be coming to a close for the young
crooner as he will embark on his Asian-Pacific part of his tour later