Aside from his new music, Justin Bieber has been grabbing headlines recently because of his stage performances. The singer has been throwing tantrums in front of his fans and his recent show in Spain is no different. Bieber called off his fans for clapping to the wrong beat.

The 21-year old stopped in the middle of his live performance of “What Do You Mean” to coach the crowd how to clap properly in time with the song. According to Now Magazine, Bieber threw a tantrum when he heard how the crowd was not clapping along to the right beat.

“At least clap on the right notes. Come on guys,” Bieber is heard telling his fans in the video below at around the 2:34 time mark.

“Stop, stop, stop,” he said and paused his singing to coach his fans on how to clap properly with the beat. “It’s like this if you’re gonna clap, if not, yea at least clap on beat,” Bieber told his fans. He started clapping to demonstrate until the crowd followed along, and he continued singing.

However, Bieber managed to lighten the mood when he gave a small chuckle afterward. Likewise, his fans didn’t seem to mind being called for their clapping and they continued to sing along with Bieber.

Bieber recently stormed out of a show in Oslo after fans stopped him from wiping off spilled water from the stage (scroll down for video). He had later apologised and explained how “Sorry” he is for his behaviour through his Instagram page. Bieber blamed his lack of rest for his short temper and also asked for understanding since after all he is only human.

“Sadly it's been a rough week for me, long days no sleep, while having to be 'on' as they would say for cameras fans etc. In no way did I mean to come across mean, but chose to end the show as the people in the front row would not listen. I don't always handle things the right way but I'm human and I'm working on getting better at responding not reacting,” Bieber wrote in a lengthy apology letter posted on his Instagram page.

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