Bratty Behavior! Justin Bieber Will Snub ‘Irrelevant’ Grammy Awards

Justin Bieber Grammys 2017 Awards Boycotting Private Party
Source: AKM-GSI

May. 24 2018, Updated 2:54 p.m. ET

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Justin Bieber Grammys 2017 Awards Boycotting Private Party
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Justin Bieber will be no where to be found if he wins any of his nominations at this year's 2017 Grammy Awards — because he’s boycotting the ceremony!

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Justin Bieber Grammys 2017 Awards Boycotting Private Party
Source: AKM-GSI

The 22-year-old singer — who is up for Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Pop Vocal Album, Song Of The Year, and Album Of The Year — feels the the whole show has become “irrelevant,” a source claims.

Justin Bieber Grammys 2017 Awards Boycotting Private Party
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“Justin is so over the Grammys,” an insider told Radar. “But he still wants to go wild with his pals to mark a great year, so he’s decided to throw his own party.”

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Justin Bieber Grammys 2017 Awards Boycotting Private Party
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Other bitter stars like Kanye West, Drake, and Frank Ocean are all expected to appear at Bieber’s private bash in West Hollywood instead of attending the big show.

Justin Bieber Grammys 2017 Awards Boycotting Private Party
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Delilah is his favorite nightspot and there are expecting to be some big names celebrating his success,” added the source.

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This won’t be the first time the “Sorry” singer has caused a scene at a major event. In December, the troubled star cost the Z100 Jingle Ball in NYC organizers at least $1 million after he refused to take the stage during his scheduled slot.

Justin Bieber Grammys 2017 Awards Boycotting Private Party
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Bieber’s recent behavior has pals on high-alarm after he’s been exhibiting a series of bizarre meltdowns in front of fans — including punching one in the face in November.

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