Justin Bieber claps back to his fans and ex by taking it upon himself to delete his Instagram. He made it clear to his fans that if nothing nice was going to be said, there won’t be anything said it all. He threatened his Beliebers late Sunday night by saying he would make his Instagram private if they were going to keep being hateful towards his new fling, Sofia Richie. What JB thought was a quick solution to the drama, actually fueled the fire to his ongoing beef with his ex, Selena Gomez.
After pleading with his fans on Monday, “If you guys are really fans you wouldn’t be so mean to people I like”. Selena took it upon herself to comment below the post with her own opinion.
“If you can’t handle the hate, then stop posting pictures of your girlfriend lol- it should be special between you two only. Don’t be mad at your fans, they love you”
I personally can’t tell if she’s being bitter and trolling or simply trying to help. However, something tells me it is not completely the latter.
JBiebs and Selena maturely went back and forth with the comments on Insta in the form of subliminal messages. They also didn’t have a problem airing out their own dirty laundry in front of the entire world. Rumors of cheating, and clear miscommunication within their past relationship were all sadly confirmed.
After the gloves came off, Selena attempted to be the bigger person. She took the drama to Snapchat and apologized for what she said. Her exact words were, “What I said was selfish and pointless”. Justin Bieber didn’t feel the need to say sorry at all (ironic), and simply deleted his Instagram as a whole.
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