Enough is enough! Justin Bieber took to Instagram on Thursday, April 25, to slam online trolls. The pop star, 25, can’t seem to escape backlash these days, whether it’s in regards to his wife, Hailey Baldwin, or his alleged lip-synching at Coachella.
“Beliebers, fans people, responding hate with hate just keeps the cycle going respond with love I know you wanna have my back but I’d rather you ignore it or explain what bullying does to you!” he wrote on his Story.
The post came just one day after the “Sorry” singer went off on Rich Kids of Beverly Hills star Morgan Stewart for criticizing his surprise performance at the music festival on Nightly Pop. “@Morgan_Stewart just saw a video of you ripping me to shreds saying I was lip-[synching],” he tweeted about the topic on April 24. “They played the song and I just sang over top of it … regardless, why spend your time tearing people down [?] It’s people like you that are bullies at school that are making kids suicidal.”
He continued, “And rather than being positive you belittle people. Think about how awesome it felt for me to be on that stage after being away for so long the excitement and joy it gave me doing the thing I love the most, I sang to backtrack like most cameos do this is a normal thing, and rather than try and make people feel accepted and loved you find things to pick apart like the world isn’t full of that already.”
That said, Morgan was hardly the first person to call him out. “Did Justin Bieber really come out to lip-synch to his own song? Lmao way to bring the energy down, mate,” one person tweeted. Another wrote on the social media platform, “Oh …… Justin Bieber …… lip [synching] at Coachella …….. why …… why …… oh no.”
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Regardless, J’s got a point. We could all use a little more kindness in this world.
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