©2013 RAMEY PHOTO
©2013 RAMEY PHOTO
Justin Bieber is keeping his head up in spite of a particularly crazy week.
After reportedly getting kicked out of his hotel room in Argentina Saturday due to rowdy Beliebers causing a ruckus outside, the superstar singer took to Twitter to address his fans and still show love for the South American country.
"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," he tweeted Saturday, adding, "im at the stadium now. come here. Argentina it is about to be a great night. te amo.
#BelieveTour Argentina Day 2."
"Argentina is crazy," he continued. "i love it."
According to TMZ, officials at the Hotel Faena got fed up after fans camping outside reportedly destroyed hotel property, even tearing down police barricades.
Hotel Faena reps told E! News Bieber is no longer staying at the hotel, but wouldn't confirm whether or not they kicked him out.
Speaking of crazy incidences, news of Bieber's hotel trouble comes just a day after he was charged with vandalism for spray-painting graffiti in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Prior to that, he was filmed sleeping in bed by a 26-year-old Brazilian woman--and in less than 24 hours the video went viral.
Leaked video aside, the "Boyfriend crooner" did have a bit of luck when it came down to the spray painting incident. Rather than head to jail, the Biebs won't be arrested and will pay a fine instead.
In the midst of all that drama, Bieber is pressing on with the South American portion of his "Believe" world tour, performing today and Sunday in Buenos Aires and then in Santiago, Chile Tuesday before he heads to Mexico City.
-Additional reporting by Marcus Mulick