Justin Bieber reportedly walked off stage during his Manchester Arena show on Sunday night (October 23) after he was booed for telling the crowd to stop screaming.
Dozens of fans tweeted about the incident which happened around 10pm during his final show of three in Manchester.
It is understood that he quickly returned to the stage, but some fans tweeted that he would not speak to the crowd for the rest of the show.
Bieber fever has gripped the region in recent days, with reports that the star stayed in Chester during his run of shows in the North West.
During Thursday night's performance in Manchester, he sparked controversy after he asked fans to 'try and stay as quiet as possible'.
He said: "You can scream as much as you want afterwards but while I'm singing try and stay quiet."
Later in the show he cut a chat to the audience short while explaining why his tour was called called the Purpose World Tour.
"I just thought I could have a moment to say something. I can cut [it] if you want," he said.
"I'm trying to engage but if you guys don't want to, I'll play the music."
Kelly O'Donnell wrote on Twitter: "Sooooo Justin Bieber just asked everyone here to stop screaming. People started booing – he's thrown his mic and walked off stage."
While Sophie wrote: "So Bieber has walked off the stage in Manchester. If he walks off the stage in Sheffield I will hunt him down."
Twitter user Courtney wrote: "Just heard that Bieber has just walked off stage at Manchester because his fans are screaming for him, spoilt brat springs to mind..."
Over the weekend Bieber sparked further headlines after enjoying a night out in Manchester's Northern Quarter.
WATCH: Bieber explains why he walked off stage
The Canadian singer took over the VIP section of celeb haunt venue The Bijou Club on Chapel Street.
He apparently refused to have any photos taken angering some fans.
The heart-throb was there to support his DJ, Tay James, who was behind the decks at the club’s Black Diamond VIP night.
And in a fan video taken inside the club, Justin is seen dancing happily surrounded by smiling pals.
After controversially calling for fans to be silent during his show on Thursday, some fans called for the star to cancel his remaining two shows at Manchester Arena saying the city 'didn't deserve him'.