Justin Bieber confronted by angry father for being a 'little p***k' after singer misbehaves in a supermarket

The Canadian pop star is told off by a family friend who is “disgusted” by his behaviour

Justin Bieber has been berated by an angry father, who witnessed the singer misbehaving in a local supermarket, calling him “a little p***k”.

Mike Malcho, who claims to have known the spirited pop star since he was “knee-high to a grasshopper”, was incensed after seeing Bieber and “30 goons” embark on a misplaced rampage in his hometown Walmart in Stratford, Ontario. The singer arrived on a bus with a gang of friends before “shining flash lights” in young girls’ faces, “throwing things” round the store and also “opening food”. There was clearly little else to do in Stratford that evening.

Malcho “spoke his mind” to Bieber face-to-face, before taking to Facebook to confront the Canadian 20-year-old, angrily reminding him that “he came from nothing” and will “end with nothing” if he doesn’t “smarten up” and “grow up son”. To date, 834 people have liked the post.

“Justin shame on u.....ya know from get go I supported ur ass...[People are] always saying he's a kid...Money has got to him and he will find his way back (sic),” he wrote.


“U disgust me....Yes I am happy I told u exactly what I thought of u...u and ur 30 goons. I cannot believe they allow u to behave that way and r right beside u doing it....Waltz into Walmart last night and low and behold Mr Bieber not only being a little p***k to young girls by shining flash lights in there face etc...but walking through the store like u own the place with no regards to employees or others attending the store for real purpose bouncing balls ....throwing things... opening food etc….

“I get it fame goes to ppls heads but my god boy grow up...so many young girls and boys look up to u let alone ur home town,” he continued.

“Ur behavior doesn't just effect u it effects all that live here....We want someone to be proud of and most of us thought we could be proud of u....What a disappointment.

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“With that said Grow up son bc life is to short and ur a much better person then ur portraying to be...Alot of us know alot more then what's published in the books and being posted and the movies being created...The only ppl u guys r fooling is r u....Give Stratford something to be proud of again...END of story.”

Bieber has been in no end of trouble over the past few months. In January, he was arrested in Miami for DUI, driving with an expired license and resisting arrest without violence. He was also accused of smoking cannabis on a private flight and verbally abusing a member of staff. He is currently in Stratford to face assault charges, after he was involved in an incident when a Toronto limo driver was “struck over the head”, after he refused to turn up the stereo’s music.

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