Los Angeles: Pop star Justin Bieber says he wants his fans to show him some respect if they want to get clicked with him.
The 21-year-old "What Do You Mean?" singer took to Snapchat to address his fans' apparent ways of asking to take photos together, reported Aceshowbiz.
The Snapchat video did not show Bieber anywhere but it showed the scenery of Melbourne outside a car's window.
While the camera was capturing the scenery of the city, Bieber's voice could be heard talking about how he wanted to be treated if his fans wanted to take photos with him.
"The way you ask or approach me when you want a photo with me is going determine if I take a photo or not," Bieber warned.
"If I'm walking somewhere or arriving somewhere and you guys are asking me to take a photo, if I don't respond, if I continue to keep walking, the likelihood is that I probably don't want to take a photo at that moment," Bieber said.
The singer said he wants to savour the moment with his fans as much they want to.
"Now, if you start screaming louder that's not going to make me take a photo more. I want to enjoy the moment like you're enjoying the moment but I can't enjoy it if I'm not feeling like there's any respect given to me that moment."
"Usually the chances are I'll take a photo but if perhaps I don't, or I'm not in the mood to take a photo that moment. Please just respect me and just treat me the way that you want to be treated.
Honestly I'd rather stand there and talk to you for five minutes and not take any photos... Just have that moment without the chaos."
The pop star asked his fans if they really want to see him or just get clicked with him so that they can show it off in front of others.
"It's like why did you travel to see me in the first place, was it really to see me or was it to get that moment of you seeing me so you could tell people about it?"
Bieber added he is just another human being who also communicates the same way as his fans do.
"Just remember I'm not unattainable, unreachable, I'm just like you and I communicate just like you, so next time remember."