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Right on the heels of being hospitalized for lung pain after his O2 arena concert, Justin Bieber received a stern warning from his record label about his highly publicized shenanigans while on tour in London.
The Canadian pop star has been acting out in a litany of uncharacteristic behavior. It seems to have started with last Friday’s “worst birthday ever” when Bieber’s party was shut down after an altercation between his entourage and club security. The week quickly progressed from Bieber not wearing a shirt in public, to wearing an unexplained gas mask to showing up two hours late for his own concert.
Mirror Online reported that chiefs from Universal Records called a Skype meeting with Bieber to put a stop to his excessive partying and erratic behavior. The reprimand lasted for 20 minutes and ended with the executives suggesting that Bieber should “stay in more and clean up his act.”
Bieber seems to have taken the advice to heart. His manager, Scooter Braun tweeted: “@justinbieber really good talk. #focused” and a source for the Mirror says that Bieber has gotten back to putting his fans first.