Why can't Justin Bieber catch a break? OK! News: Justin Bieber posts an Instagram of himself doing an illegal activity—see it here! Last night should have been an awesome evening for the 19-year-old star. He performed twice at the Billboard Music Awards, then took home three major awards, including Top Male Artist and the brand-new "Milestone Award." He should be on top of the world, right? Watch: A fan causes mayhem at Justin Bieber's concert in Dubai when she rushes the stage. Not exactly. A few weird moments from last night's awards show: 1. He was booed when he came on stage to accept the Milestone Award. His understandable anger was made apparent during his speech, where he said, "I'm an artist, and I should be taken seriously." 2. He performed in a weird get-up, a leather jacket with only one sleeve. 3. He was photographed kissing his on-again, off-again girlfriend Selena Gomez backstage, though when he won Top Male Artist she notably (right there in the front row!) did not stand up to clap for him. 4. Some people thought that Miley Cyrus copped attitude when she read his name as the winner of Top Male Artist. Judge for yourself: What do you think is going on with Justin Bieber? Why do you think some people hate on him so much? Do you think he's doing okay? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @OKMagazine. Photo credit: Getty Images
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