Justin Bieber has reportedly been warned by his record label to cut back on the partying.
The 19-year-old has had a rough time recently while in the U.K. for his "Believe" tour.
First, the pop star's birthday bash was cut short when his team allegedly got in trouble with security at London's Cirque du Soir for bringing 14-year-old Jaden Smith to the club. Next, he faced a PR nightmare when he was supposedly two hours late for his O2 Arena concert on Monday. Then, Bieber proceeded to have a meltdown on Twitter and blame the media for his issues.
Now, record executives are reportedly telling the "Beauty and a Beat" singer to reel it in. The Mirror claims that Universal execs had a conference call with Bieber on Wednesday and warned him to stop partying.
“After an emergency meeting in the US, Justin’s people had him on Skype to bosses and he was given a serious talking-to," a source told the Mirror. "It was suggested he start staying in more and basically cleaning up his act. He’s kicking off the European leg of his tour next week and has been told to stay in more when he’s not performing. Justin took the news well and has promised to go back to putting his fans first.”
The Sun previously reported that Bieber's diva-like behavior and hard partying were the reasons behind his being late to the O2 show.
The Canadian star vehemently denied the false reports surrounding him and blamed the media for twisting stories.
"So make up stories about fake fines and make no mention of the positive," Bieber ranted during his Twitter meltdown. "[O]r say when i came out of my show with my shirt off because after performing for 2 hours i might be sweaty i was going into a club (really?) or any girl i stand next to is my girl or that i dont care, or that i dont feel, or that a 19 year old going to a club in europe is wild..."
Whether or not Bieber was actually warned to stop partying, he does appear to be taking it a bit easier (for now).