What do you mean, Justin Bieber? The Canadian pop star wrote an interesting message in response to some fan art he shared on his Instagram account. According to several reports and his own fans, Justin mocked a fan’s illustration of himself.
Justin Bieber allegedly mocked a fan’s illustration of him by sharing it on Instagram. On late Friday night, the Biebs took to the photo-sharring app to share an illustration that one of his Beliebers drew of him. It was supposed to resemble Bieber’s mature and edgy shoot for Interview magazine, in which he licks a knife in one of the photos.
— Justin Bieber News (@BELIEBERSNEWS94) August 8, 2015
That was the inspiration behind the artwork, and the fan who made it was excited to share his or her work of art with the “Where Are Ü Now” pop tart. Justin took to Instagram to share the illustration with the caption, “Funniest thing I’ve ever seen.” Many of Justin’s fans believed that he was mocking the fan’s illustration. Now both the media and Beliebers have been debating on whether or not the singer should have said anything about the illustration at all.
One commenter wrote, “Look I’m not a fan and I’m not a hater this is just my opinion. This is rude and you should probably delete it before it blows up.”
Another simply said, “Shame on you @JustinBieber,” while another exclaimed, “SHE DIDN’T DRAW THIS AS A JOKE!! THE GIRL WHO MADE THIS IS SERIOUS, SHE’S SAD RN.”
Meanwhile, another fan remarked that she “would be the happiest girl ever” if he ever mocked any of her drawings.
Even well-known diva Ariana Grande allegedly joined Justin Bieber in. According to the fan, she allegedly commented, “I’m laughing out loud.”
when a fan of yours dedicates their time to do something nice for you how dare you make them feel bad this is so rude pic.twitter.com/I5eYcbyZT4
— rhia (@philippenis) August 29, 2015
Justin Bieber’s been creating headlines for his new single “What Do You Mean?” Bieber has been busy promoting the new song ever since its release on Friday, Aug. 28. As previously reported via the Inquisitr, Bieber’s controversial new song has some wondering if it has an underlying message about consent.
During his interview with Ryan Seacrest, Justin revealed that one of his former girlfriends yelled at him before one of his performances. It has some wondering if he was referring to his on-again, off-again relationship with Selena Gomez.
Some have wondered if Bieber’s reformed bad boy image is genuine or for album sales. His constant talking about his relationship with Gomez and laughing at a fan’s artwork seems to contradict this newer, kinder, and gentler image that he wants to portray.
What do you think? Do you think Just Bieber was mocking the fan’s artwork? Share your thoughts below in the comments section.
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