Updated Jul 10, 2013 - 12:13 pm
Justin Bieber scores photos with the Stanley Cup, hockey fans erupt
Prior to Bieber's concert at the United Center in Chicago on Tuesday, he took a trip down to the Blackhawks changing room where he came face-to-face with the coveted Stanley Cup.
This left hockey fans up in arms.
Photos of the Biebes-Cup encounter surfaced online, and as expected, a hailstorm of reactions on Twitter rained furry on the 19-year-old Canadian singer.
Blackhawks' Community Affairs Director Peter Hassen originally posted the photo that sparked the social media frenzy.
The Biebs meets THE CUP!!! pic.twitter.com/oh4AvDbYbT— Peter Hassen (@PJHASSEN) July 10, 2013
Read some of the responses here.
But if that wasn't enough to tick you off, another Bieber b-roll emerged showing him standing on top of the Blackhawks logo while snapping a pic of The Cup. That's highly frowned upon in the locker room, as it's seen as a sign of disrespect for the team.
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