Justin Bieber's 'Believe' word tour has in no way been smooth sailing.

The latest issue for the 19 year-old has occurred in Argentina, as the singer has apparently being kicked out of his hotel.

TMZ reports, Bieber has been forced to leave his Argentinian hotel due to the rowdiness of his 'Belieber' fans, who were gathering outside the building.

It gets worse, other hotels in the surrounding area are refusing the singer entry as well.

The 'Love Me' singer attempted to reach out to his fan base through twitter, he posted, "To all my fans at the hotel. thank u. i love u. but please calm down and respect the police. we dont want anyone gettting hurt."

Adding "I'm at the stadium now. come here. Argentina it is about to be a great night. te amo. #BelieveTour Argentina Day 2."

"Argentina is crazy," he continued. "I love it."

The gossip site claimed the Hotel Faena in Buenos Aires had to take action after fans continually damaged the property after camping outside its grounds all week.

The 'Never Say never' singer will need to find a replacement fast as he and 25 other crew members are now struggling to find anywhere that will let them stay, the risk of further damage seems to be the main concern for hotel officials.

The South American leg of the 'Believe' tour has been in a media frenzy as of late as Bieber was charged with vandalism in Brazil after spray-painting a wall of a closed hotel.

Prior to this, the Canadian pop star was spotted leaving one of Brazil's most notorious brothels known as 'Centaurus'.

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Bieber performing his 'Believe' world tour in Brazil