Reports have been circulating that Justin Bieber was kicked out of a laser tag arcade in Canada after he allegedly punched a 12-year-old boy. The pop singing sensation's camp stands strong behind him, dismissing the allegations as "completely untrue." Latest reports about the alleged altercation claim JB was in fact on the receiving end of the bullying.
According to TMZ, Justin is gearing up to take a stand against bullying and homophobia after he was a victim at the Canadian arcade, allegedly being called a "faggot" by a 12-year-old boy.
The boy allegedly repeated the comment and was on the verge of starting a fight, when Bieber pushed his hand away and left.
The 16-year-old superstar is reportedly going to take a public stance against bullying sometime this week.
While JB has not yet addressed the incident yet over Twitter, he did Tweet at his fans this morning, writing, "thanks for everyone supporting the book and the music. glad i get to share who i really am with u guys."
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