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Thursday 28 May 2015

Bieber escorted out of nightclub?

Justin Bieber was apparently turned away from a club in LA
Justin Bieber was apparently turned away from a club in LA

Justin Bieber was reportedly turned away from a Hollywood nightclub for being underage, after the rapper The Game blew his cover.

The 19-year-old pop star tried to sneak in to the Luau Beach Day party at Los Angeles nightspot Lure at the weekend, where celebrity guests included Christina Millian, Reggie Bush and Quincy Jones Brown, E! News reported.

A source revealed: "Someone from Justin's team had come earlier in the day and told the club that he would be showing up. The club told him they wouldn't let him in because he's not 21. Bieber came anyways and tried to sneak in through a back door.

"The Game was on the mic at this point and saw Bieber trying to get in and shouted that Bieber was on his way inside.

"That's when security saw him and escorted him out immediately."

Justin left straight away, but apparently looked rather embarrassed.

Meanwhile, there were no blushes for the former child star at the latest concert of his Believe world tour, when a fan threw a bra on stage at him.

Justin took a picture of the underwear on stage and posted it online with the caption: "I guess everyone grows up."

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