Justin Bieber who is doing concerts all over throughout the calendar is hitting headlines again, no surprise. He was in the news recently when he paid a visit to FC Barcelona. The Canadian pop star is already known to pull out such stunts. Well, if you talk about social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, it’s considered gold for celebrities to do the promotions. Be it their new hairstyle, tattoo or new album release. Making good use of such platforms can earn pretty good outcomes but what’s wrong with Justin Bieber?

Justin Bieber hates Instagram

It’s quite fair to say that Justin Bieber has a love/hate relationship with Instagram. After quitting using Instagram service in August 2016 in a fit of disgust, Justin told a London audience on Tuesday night, November 29 that he’s like “90 percent sure” that the pic-sharing application is “for the devil” and that it is “hell”. This basically ignited fire among Instagram lovers, JB lovers and haters as well as they took this incident as a troll talk. No doubts why Internet is filled with Justin Bieber memes!

He also gave the screaming and loud ‘Beliebers’ some red meat, “Who thinks I should get my Instagram back?” he asked to ear-piercing screams before all this ranting. And then later in a fan-posted video of the show held at the O2 Arena on the pop sensation’s last album – ‘Purpose’ tour, Bieber mentioned, “Nah, I don’t want to get my Instagram back… I’m sure… I think hell is Instagram. I’m 90 percent sure. We get sent to hell, we get like locked in the Instagram server”. Take a look at that video!

As it was the last show on the European leg of the tour, Justin Bieber also told the crowd that he isn’t really sure what he will do after going home. This is not just any statement, this is him teasing fans and implying that he might just take some instas but not upload them on Instagram. Quite a disappointment for Beliebers, must say.

And something about his future tours. He will show up in Mexico in February 2017 and a tour of Australia, New Zealand, South America and Europe that will keep him on the road through June. Catch him live if he hits your city!