Justin Bieber fans protest his ban in Argentina

Usually when a massive crowd takes to the streets in protest, it is about financial greed and political instability.

When that crowd is made up of teenage girls in Argentina, it is all about Justin Bieber.

Hundreds of Beliebers took to the street of Buenos Aires on Saturday armed with posters declaring “Argentina Needs Justin” and demanding the “Right To Music.”

This comes after the 22-year-old pop sensation regretfully informed his South American fans that he would not be able to take his Purpose World Tour to Argentina, Sky News reports.

“Argentinian beliebers I would like nothing more than to bring the #purposetour there but until the legal conditions change there I can’t (sic),” he tweeted last Monday.

A warrant is currently out for Bieber’s arrest after he allegedly instructed two of his bodyguards to attack a photographer at a nightclub during a 2013 visit.

A judge has ruled that a simple “Sorry” won’t do the job, but one of the protesters feels if the law professional “has a heart,” Bieber would be allowed back into the country to perform.

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