Justin Bieber has a proposed meeting with Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, but it fell through after the singer allegedly refused to meet with invited children from a region affected by enemy rockets.
Bieber’s camp, however,denied that he had snubbed the youngsters or Netanyahu, saying that the meeting had never been finalized.
At any rate, Bieber had already invited children from the region bordering Gaza to be special guests at his show in Tel Aviv, Israel on Thursday (April 13), a spokesman said.
The Canadian teen idol bitterly complained on Tuesday (April 12) that paparazzi had ruined his visits to holy sites, saying on Twitter that he was “super frustrated” by the intrusions.
The 17-year-old practicing Christian was also scheduled to tour the Dead Sea, Masada and Caesarea.
He then continued that he was upset that anyone would take the experience away from another person.
Bieber said aggressive photographers had forced him to spend the rest of his trip holed up in his hotel room.