Unless you’re a fan of Justin Bieber, being approached by the celebrity youth and his entourage might not exactly make your day, especially if you work at a business that is about to close and he just shows up. Anybody who has worked in customer service – let’s say Starbucks – and had some customer show up at the last minute with a big order has silently cursed them.
Indeed, it wasn’t exactly pleasant for them to have the young upstart and his gang of ruffians use their facilities, but Las Vegas Indoor Skydiving accepted his business on Sunday June 16, and even tried to cut a deal with the pop star: he would not have to pay if he was willing to post an Instagram of himself midflight with a positive comment about the place. But though Bieber agreed to Insta a selfie, and even pretended to do so, he never did it. As E! reported, the facility said Justin “Actually faked like he was posting something, per the agreement, but never did.”
So not only did they have to stay open when the employees were ready to close, but they got stiffed in payment, which would have cost $1,600. What’s worse, the youths were rude, “a disrespectful bunch,” dirtying the bathroom, messing up the sink, with one even tossing a paper towel on the ground deliberately while looking at an employee.
Meanwhile, Selena Gomez, Bieber’s sometimes girlfriend, “Was very standoff-ish toward mostly everyone outside of his crew…very disconnected from reality,” according to a source from E! News.