Poor Justin Bieber. As The Inquistr readers already know, the unfortunate Canadian pop star tweeted “worst birthday” after his party got involved in a “confrontation” with club security that resulted in the entire party leaving.
Did Bieber and pals stomp out in a huff, or were they rudely ejected from the club? Natalie Finn and Baker Machado for E Online reported that, “the incident went down very quickly,” which sounds like a polite way of saying that nobody’s saying exactly what happened.
Whatever transpired, it apparently made Bieber so very, very sad that he went immediately to his hotel, according to E Online.
And the 19th birthday festivities had started with such promise, too. Erin O’Sullivan for Access Hollywood reported that he was in such a rush to get dressed for his party that he started taking off his clothes after his last concert — and before he quite reached his hotel. Oops. Photos of a shirtless Justin Bieber flashed quickly around the world.
Later on, as Dan Evon previously reported, he was spotted in London with Ella Paige Roberts Clark and an unnamed “mystery blonde” until 6 in the morning.
How do you mess up a birthday like that? But, somehow, it all fell apart, and now Bieber is unhappy, and the fans just won’t stand for it. As I write, there’s a huge campaign underway on Twitter called, “OperationMakeBieberSmile.” Everyone is being asked to post something to make the birthday boy smile. The true “beliebers” are even changing their user names to “Smile Justin.”
If you were wondering how a teen-aged boy could make a documentary about his life and have it earn $73 million, as Biography says he did with 2011’s Never Say Never, wonder no more. His fans aren’t just fans. They’re fanatics. Here are just a few of the hundreds of tweets being posted to cheer him up:
#OperationMakeBieberSmile when he comes online tweet him nice things, something that’ll make him smile. Show him your love and support.
— Smile Justin ♥ ღ (@SwEetAnGeL167) March 2, 2013
This to all the beliebers who’s staying on 24/7 just to make justin bieber smile.
— Smile Justin ❤ (@TwerkForMeJerry) March 2, 2013
Smile Bieber, beliebers are currently taking over twitter trying to show you that we’re here for you…we care! and we love you so much.♥
— Smile Justin ✡ (@amit7748) March 2, 2013
When you smile,Beliebers smile. When you are sad,Beliebers are sad.Smile Bieber <3 twitter.com/JDBCyrusCrew/s…
— smile justin (@JDBCyrusCrew) March 2, 2013
But not everybody is feeling the love for Justin Bieber.
seriously? #OperationMakeBieberSmile? Theres more people who are within 1 mile of you people who are depressed, and they AREN’T Millionaires
— High Ideas (@ReallyHighIdeas) March 2, 2013
“Hey, Biebs whats that?” * i pull several million dollars from behind his ear* “You made this 9 seconds ago” #OperationMakeBieberSmile
— jerry cat aol.com (@dogboner) March 2, 2013
Maybe we need to rewrite the old saying. Cry and the world cries with you — if your name is Justin Bieber.