Justin Bieber Scolds Fans (Again) for Not Listening to Him Talk Onstage: 'I Don't Mind Cutting the Bullsh--'

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Justin Bieber performs at AccorHotels Arena Popb Paris Bercy on Sept. 20, 2016 in Paris, France.

"You can just play the music."

Justin Bieber made headlines this week by scolding fans for being too noisy during his concert, instructing them to "take a chill pill." In a video posted by TMZ, from his concert in the U.K. on Thursday night, Bieber tried (and failed) once more to have a deep conversation with his audience while they continued to scream.

He began by explaining the Purpose Tour's name -- "I believe everybody in this building has a purpose" -- and continued to offer inspirational commentary to the crowd. As he noticed the increasingly loud screams, he extended the mic to the audience: "Do you want to take it?" 

"I just thought I could have a moment of trying to say something," he continued. "But if not, I'll just get to singing if you guys don't want to hear me speak. I don't mind cutting the bullsh--. I don't need to talk. I'm just trying to engage." He then walked toward the back of the stage, but not before making one final statement: "This is my purpose." 

Watch the footage now on TMZ.


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