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Justin Bieber's rough week

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Justin Bieber lashed out at a paparazzo in London. Video shows his security guards trying to hold him back as he gets in a yelling matching with the photographer.

That incident came hours after Bieber shocked fans at his concert in London Thursday night when midway through the song "Beauty and the Beat" he doubled over and slowly walked off stage. He reportedly fainted backstage and was treated with oxygen.

Manager Scooter Braun addressed fans: "Justin got very light of breath, the whole show he's been complaining, he's backstage with the EMTs and doctor."

Bieber was able to eventually finish the show, but then went to the hospital, where he later Tweeted a photo of himself shirtless and thanked his fans and saying: "Getting better...thanks for the love."

Just days before, he seemed to go on a Twitter rant by posting a dozen messages in just 10 minutes firing back at critics who questioned why he walked around without a shirt and his underwear showing on his way out of a club.

"Why is everyone judging me," he wrote to his 35 million followers. "Judge me on the facts, judge me on the music, and be careful of the judgement you pass."

As for the incident with the paparazzo, Bieber took to Twitter again: "ahhhhh! Rough morning. Trying to feel better for this show tonight but let the paps get the best of me... Sometimes when people r shoving cameras in your face all day and yelling the worst thing possible at u... well i'm human. Rough week"

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