Bizarre moment YouTube star JiDion gets a haircut during Nick Kyrgios’s quarter final at US Open


Bizarre moment YouTube star gets a haircut in the stands during Nick Kyrgios’s quarter final at the US Open – and gets chucked out of the tournament for it

  • YouTube prankster JiDion briefly stole limelight from Nick Kyrgios at US Open
  • Opted to get a haircut in second set of Kyrgios versus Karen Khachanov clash
  • Tennis officials in New York were not amused, with JiDion booted from the venue

YouTube sensation JiDion has managed to successfully upstage Aussie tennis star Nick Kyrgios during his quarter final at the US Open.

In bizarre scenes, the online identity left tennis fans in the grandstand at Arthur Ashe Stadium stunned after getting a haircut early in the second set.

Tournament officials were not impressed, with JiDion escorted from centre court at Flushing Meadows following his stunt.

YouTube sensation JiDion opted to get a haircut while watching Nick Kyrgios in his quarter-final against Karen Khachanov at the US Open

Tennis officials didn't see the funny side of his prank, with JiDion escorted from the venue

Tennis officials didn’t see the funny side of his prank, with JiDion escorted from the venue

It also isn’t the first time JiDion and hair clippers have appeared hand in hand at a sporting event.

Earlier this year, he got a trim during the fourth quarter of an NBA game between the Dallas Mavericks and Minnesota Timberwolves in Minneapolis.

US tennis legend John McEnroe couldn’t believe what he was seeing, with JiDion sporting a Louis Vuitton cape before he was booted from the New York venue.

‘Seems like a weird time to do that,’ the man they call ‘Superbrat’ said in commentary.

‘Now we’ve seen everything.’

JiDion managed to upstage Nick Kyrgios (pictured) but he left fans divided with his latest attention-getting stunt

JiDion managed to upstage Nick Kyrgios (pictured) but he left fans divided with his latest attention-getting stunt

Tennis writer Ben Rothenberg from Racquet Magazine spoke for many when he labelled JiDion’s conduct ‘deeply weird’.

The YouTube star, who has more than 5.8million subscribers, is famed for his vlog and prank-style videos.

He first started uploading online in 2018, and his popularity is increasing each year due to the extreme nature of the clips.

Last month he was arrested in France and later confirmed to his followers police were trying to hit him with an ‘arson charge’ due to him lighting a candle in an iHOP bathroom.

In January, JiDion was indefinitely banned from the popular platform Twitch after launching hate raids against fellow streamer Pokimane.

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