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EXCLUSIVE: Cape Town Bieber spotters hot on his trail [PICS]

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Cape Town - Cape Town is going crazy over Justin Bieber. The countdown to the Cape Town leg of Justin Bieber’s Purpose World Tour on Wednesday has begun – just one more sleep, Beliebers!

Meanwhile, Bieber spotters through the city are keeping a sharp eye out for the Baby hitmaker and they’re keeping the Daily Voice in the loop.

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Picture: SuppliedPicture: SuppliedPicture: SuppliedA cellphone picture of Justin Bieber at Cape Town International Airport on Monday ahead of his concert at Cape Town Stadium on Wednesday night. Picture: Supplied

He landed in the Mother City on Monday ahead of his concert at Cape Town Stadium on Wednesday night.

Bieber is said to be staying at the posh One & Only Hotel at the Waterfront, but has also been out and about doing sightseeing.

One Bieber spotter said: “At the top [of the mountain], he was sitting and enjoying the peace and quiet when a guy tried to take a picture of him. He [Bieber] lost his temper.

“The woman who was with the guy started shouting, ‘Justin Bieber is an a**hole and the biggest f***-up ever born’ .”

But the Canadian pop star must’ve been, well, sorry. At the bottom of the mountain, he met a family at the cable car station.

“He asked them not to take pictures, but chatted with the children and told his guys to give them tickets to the show, which they did,” says the spotter.

A woke Daily Voice reader spotted Bieber when he went for dinner at The Butcher Shop and Grill in Green Point.

He said: “It was him and one of his dancers.”

Later in the night, another spotted the star playing pool at Stones in Long Street “where he stayed for about an hour”.

If you’re a Belieber, you’ve got to plan how to get the stadium as the roads are going to be crazy.

Get there early because top SA producer Sketchy Bongo and his crew will be opening for Biebs to an expected 70 000 crowd.

There will be some free on-street parking in the CBD after 5pm, as well as off-street parking, but people are advised to use public transport like Metrorail, MyCiTi and the events shuttle – or park and walk via the Fan Walk.

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