Justin Bieber Left Young Die Hard Fan in Tears After Telling Her 'You Make Me Sick'

| MAR 13, 2017 | 3:57 PM

Despite the fact that it's the fans who make Justin Bieber the pop icon that he is, a twenty-two-year-old who has a net worth of $200 million and basically does whatever he wants whenever he wants, he continues to disrespect them.

Whether it's punching a fan in the face:

Violently attacking a photographer:

Or (again) punching a fan in the face (then getting thrown to the ground):

He continues to combat those who support him. Bieber has become so offended by his fans that he publicly announced he will no longer take photos with them.

Before deleting his Instagram, Bieber made this statement:

“If you happen to see me out somewhere know that I’m not gonna take a picture. I’m done taking pictures...”

And apparently, that means he doesn't even want fans to take a picture of him.

During the singer's “Purpose” tour in Melbourne, Australia, twenty-two-year-old fan Sabah Helal had waited years to meet Bieber, whom she claimed to be her idol.

After a show, fans glommed the Biebs, Helal being one fan who managed to push her way to the front of the crowd.

It was then that Helal came face-to-face with her idol, and rather than just taking a photo without his permission, Helal asked for permission:

“Hey Justin, can we have a photo?”

But Bieber wasn't having any of it.

Rather than just take the photo and move on with his day or politely saying “sorry, not now,” Bieber decided to terrorize this young fan, leaving her in tears by the end.

He responded by saying:

“You’re invading my privacy. I don’t want a photo.”

Then he quickly took things to the next level, rebuking the excited fan:

“Look at you, you make me sick.”

Helal was left devastated after finding out her idol was nothing like she had hoped:

Her mother, Houda Bennaoui, told the Herald Sun that his behavior was “disgusting,” adding:

"My daughter was bawling her eyes out. She was dying to meet him and then he humiliated her.”

Since the encounter, not even die-hard Belieber fans have been able to back him up on this one:

Bennaoui said:

“After years of supporting him, my daughter will never see him again in concert.”

Well, that's one less fan Bieber has to worry about.