Selena Gomez 'Laughed' at Justin Bieber Fight With Paparazzi?

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(Reuters/Mario Anzuoni)Singer Justin Bieber, holding a snake in his hand, kisses Selena Gomez as they arrive at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, August 28, 2011.

Selena Gomez is reportedly unfazed by her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber's erratic behavior displayed in recent days, with a source claiming the singer is tired of being his "mom."

On Friday, Bieber lashed out at a paparazzi photographer and made threats to "beat" him, and days prior, the pop star received threats of a boycott from irate concertgoers after he was substantially late to his opening show in London.

"Selena has kept an eye on Justin in the news and just laughed and laughed. She doesn't give a s--- anymore," a source told

"Justin is crazy and she doesn't want to be his mom anymore. She feels so free and loves hanging out with her girlfriends. He's weird and she doesn't find his behavior hot or anything," the source explained. "She just wants a man who has his s--- together, and not a weird boy."

On Monday, hundreds of young fans were forced to leave Bieber's London concert before it began despite having paid to watch him perform. The singer, 19, reportedly arrived two hours late, forcing many of his young fans to either stay up past their bedtime or leave early, according to Daily Mail.

"I was 40 min late to stage," Bieber tweeted after being bombarded with complaints. "There is no excuse for that and I apologize for anyone we upset."

The following evening, Bieber collapsed while performing after allegedly falling short of breath. He is now said to be fine, however hours after his hospital release, he made contact with a waiting paparazzi while leaving the Central London hotel.

"That's assault!" the enraged photographer yelled at Bieber, who made his way into a waiting vehicle.

The pair engaged in a heated confrontation which resulted in Bieber attempting to "beat" the photographer.

"I'll f------ beat the f--- out of you!" Bieber began screaming as his security team held him back.

The teen idol has since apologized for his bizarre behavior, claiming he was simply pushed to his limits.

"Ahhhhh! Rough morning. Trying to feel better for this show tonight but let the paps get the best of me…Sometimes when people r shoving cameras in your face all day and yelling the worst thing possible at u…well I'm human. Rough week," Bieber wrote in a series of tweets.