Justin Bieber was reportedly kicked out of his hotel in Argentina during a stop on his "Believe" tour recently.
Bieber, the 19-year-old Canadian crooner, caused pandamonium while staying at the Hotel Faena in Argentina, according to TMZ. Fans camped out on the hotel grounds in anticipation of catching a glimpse of the singer, tearing down police barricades.
While the hotel representatives did tell E! News that Bieber left their facility they did not confirm that he was asked to leave. However, the singer took to Twitter in an attempt to calm his fans down.
"To all my fans at the hotel. thank u. i love u. but please calm down and respect the police. we dont want anyone gettting hurt, (SIC)" Bieber tweeted Saturday. "im at the stadium now. come here. Argentina it is about to be a great night. te amo. #BelieveTour Argentina Day 2."
Still, he insisted that he loves the craziness that ensued in the country.
"Argentina is crazy," he continued. "i love it."
The news of Bieber allegedly getting booted from his hotel comes after he was charged with a misdemeanor crime after illegally spray painting a wall in Rio De Ginero, Brazil. The artwork that got him in trouble was a spray painted black monkey with rings in his ears, nose, lip and a necklace.
"This is my escape," he captioned the photograph featured on his Instagram page.
While the photograph drew a plethora of comments, some individuals seemed to take offense and believed that the image had racist undertones, "Does he think we're all monkeys?"
Another individual took to Twitter to angrily comment about the photograph stating, "Yes it is racist. I posted it on my FB page. Disgusting is the word. So is he."
Bieber's representatives have yet to comment on the racist claims.