Justin Bieber Receives Death Threats Prior to Concert in Peru

Superstar singer Justin Bieber has been receiving death threats on Facebook and Twitter from haters who don’t want the “Baby” performer visiting  Perú, International Business Times reported.

The Incan country is one of Bieber's destination his South America tour, “My World.”

A new Facebook page titled “Matar a Justin Bieber el 17 de Octubre en el Estado Nacional” (Kill Justin Bieber Oct. 17 at the National Stadium) has surfaced with angry and serious threats toward the pop sensation.

"JUSTIN BIEBER BETTER NOT COME TO PERU, YOU WILL SPEND MOST OF YOUR LIFE IN SHAME," the International Business Times quoted a comment from the Facebook page.

The publication added that many stated they will be throwing eggs and bottles of water at Bieber while performing.

Bieber’s reps haven't commented on the threats.

Bieber’s loyal fans are pleading with the singer to re-consider performing in Lima. Beliebers have started hashtags such as #PrayforJustin and #BiebsStayOutOfPeru to express their concerns for the teen idol.

The Biebs’ girlfriend, Selena Gomez, also received death threats earlier this year, when she and Bieber made their relationship public.

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