Justin Bieber’s Idiot Fans Convinced Themselves He Asked For A Sex Act In This Video
Justin Bieber Has Terrible Fans

Justin Bieber’s Idiot Fans Convinced Themselves He Asked For A Sex Act In This Video

Poor Justin Bieber. Thanks to his sex-obsessed, female fans’ over-active imaginations, an indecipherable comment which may or may not have been made by the pop superstar in an Instagram video has been misconstrued as a request for an oral sex act.

In the video, which the Biebs posted to Instagram on Monday, an out-of-shot male voice is heard while somebody — presumably Justin — films a group of four bikini-clad girls larking around in a gorgeous swimming pool.

Although the male voice sounds deeper than Bieber’s and is completely garbled, inevitably some fans decided it was definitely the Canadian talking and that he was asking one of the girls something sexual.

“Am I the only one that heard him say ‘Where’s my b***j**?'” one likely hormonally-charged fan wrote under the Instagram post.

Another probably school or pre-college Belieber wailed, “I can’t hear it, but OMG is he talking about a b***j**?!”

A third proclaimed, “At the start he said ‘what about a b***j**?'”

Bieber is currently on a break in Hawaii from his Purpose World Tour with a mixed group of guys and gals.

Watch the video below. At press time, it has 4 million views and counting.

While some comments at Bieber’s Instagram post are of the not-all-convincing belief that the word “b***j**” was heard, and that the Grammy winner said it, others think otherwise.

One fan vented, “It’s not even Justin’s voice in the video and the person who IS speaking didn’t say anything about a b-job. I wish these dumb 12-year-old fans who won’t let him live his life would leave. The whole fandom is sick of them.”

Another defender lamented, “Everyone is being so extra. Assuming he was asking for a ‘b***j**’ in that video is so dumb when we all know no one can hear wtf he’s even saying but y’all love drama so…”

“Y’all are the ones who start half the rumours in this fandom,” another Belieber wrote, adding, “and then it gets to the media and y’all get mad.”

Over on Twitter, other Justin Bieber fans had their say.

“Can you imagine being upset about a grown man being around grown women. How old are y’all? Mentally?” One fan asked.

Another mocked the “b***j**” truthers by linking a video of a woman stalking a man, captioning it, “JB fans when they see him with a woman.”

One Twitter user, wrote, “Poor JB he has psychotic fans that won’t let him live.”

Others chimed in.

A Bieber update account noted, “It’s sad that his own fans start half the rumours about Justin and then the media gets their hands on them and creates s****y articles.”

Media-weary Justin Bieber fans aren’t wrong. U.K. tabloids such as the Mirror, and more, gleefully reported juicy, clickbait headlines. The Daily Star shrieked, “Justin Bieber caught asking for sex act? Star’s vid[eo] sends fans into meltdown.”

Naturally, the Star refrained from including the comments of fans who didn’t think Bieber, or any other male, said anything sexual in the Instagram video. And, of course, when one outlet runs with a headline, the rest follow suit.

The reasons for this will be clear to some Beliebers. Most tabloid and mainstream media outlets prefer painting Bieber in a negative light and happily pander to the endless, childish fantasies his fanbase indulges in online. So, while some stars can walk barefoot on the red carpet at a film festival without having their sanity questioned, the Biebs was accused of having a meltdown for walking barefoot in a Boston park and for getting a tiny face tattoo.

And, when Bieber, who is a Christian, shared a picture of him resting in bed with his puppy, with a caption, “And on the seventh day,” tabloids insisted the singer was “comparing himself to God,” rather than simply citing the Bible.

There are now countless examples of the media’s clickbait-chasing Bieber-narrative, which tends to presume the worst about the singer, often without cause.

Tellingly, the media mostly ignores positive stories about Bieber, such as the long-standing, amazing work he does with the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the millions he’s raised for Pencils of Promise and other charity efforts.

People will have divided opinions on Bieber’s latest Instagram video. But, one thing is undeniable: Whatever was said by the male at the beginning of the clip is totally unclear.

Which indicates the assumptions of some fans, and current flood of media reports speculating an alleged oral sex act request, reflects the power of suggestion and the ongoing pop culture desire to mythologize and demonize an over-scrutinized 22-year-old’s sexuality when he is just trying to live his life.

[Images via Axelle/Bauer-Griffin, Kevin Mazur / Getty Images]

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