Justin Bieber can just blame it on his illness.
Bieber, who canceled his show Sunday night after being ill, sent out a dangerous tweet on Monday and then removed it from his Twitter account, MTV.com reported.
The 16-year-old singing sensation was cleared by doctors to perform Tuesday night at New York's Madison Square Garden, where he was to film part of his upcoming 3-D movie.
"Ok the doctor said we aren't 100 percent but we are ready to ROcK!! Been cleared. MSG let's do this!!!" Bieber tweeted Monday. "Let's fill the streets of NYC! Rehearsals tonight were incredible...got off to a rocky start because wasnt feeling right but then after lunch kicked in. 2morrow at MSG!! Thanks to everyone who came to help today...this movie is coming together."
So far, so good.
Then he added this:
"2morrow let's fill the streets of NYC with Purple and even if you dont have tix we will b celebratin n maybe u might just find ur way inside," he wrote. "Tomorrow is a celebration....we are living a dream and playing MADISON SQUARE GARDEN in NYC!! WHO IS COMING!!?!?!? SEE U THERE!!!!!"
The text still shows up on Google for Bieber's twitter, but the tweet has since disappeared.
Bieber and his associates thought better of the notion of encouraging fans to sneak their way into the arena.
Perhaps they have learned from the Roosevelt Mall riot of November 2009, when thousands of Bieber fans got out of hand, and one girl was removed on a stretcher.