Justin Bieber urges fans to keep it safe after 500 people mob him, push mother, steal hat in New Zealand

CANADIAN pop star Justin Bieber asked teenage fans to “keep it safe” on Twitter Wednesday after his hat was stolen and his mother knocked over as 500 folks mobbed him in New Zealand.

Authorities had braced themselves for Bieber-mania by appointing additional security at Auckland Airport and his hotel but within hours of arriving in NZ, the 16-year-old singer of international hit “Baby” took to his mega-popular Twitter account to ask fans to stay under control.

“Finally got to New Zealand last night (Tuesday),” Bieber tweeted to his two million-plus followers.

“The airport was crazy. Not happy that someone stole my hat and knocked down my mama. Come on persons.”

Bieber went on: “I would like to be able to sign and take pics and meet my fans, but if you are all pushing security won’t let me.

“Let’s maintain it safe and have fun.”     - Source

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