Views of ex couple Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez swirl on the internet about a social media website - Instagram. Reportedly, Bieber said Instagram is "for the devil" and "Instagram is hell." Is the young popstar frustrated on Instagram or his breakup with Selena Gomez?
During a concert in London on Tuesday night, Bieber paused for a moment to speak about Instagram's effect on humanity. Is Bieber trying to generalize the effect of Instagram or showcasing its effect on his life?
Justin Bieber's hate love relationship with Instagram usually contradicts. After a fight with Selena Gomez in August, Bieber had left Instagram. But during the concert, Bieber asked his fans who wants him Instagram. Although all his fans want him on it yet, Bieber spoke against Instagram.
He wasn't in favor of the idea. "Instagram is for the devil. I think hell is Instagram."
justin bieber: "instagram is for the devil. i think hell is instagram." https://t.co/bdqf7H0BWk— MTV News (@MTVNews) November 30, 2016
"I confess I, too, had a hellish period like this. I suddenly worried about how many people liked my picture of empty wine bottles and shrimp tacos. One way I found of getting past it is to not post very often. Then, people are only too glad to see that you're alive and eating. (Well, what else is Instagram for if not food porn?)" the CNET reported.
Bieber is "90 percent sure" that Instagram is hell but not fully convinced. But Selena Gomez had her version of replying to Bieber's remarks on Instagram.
Gomez said, "If you can't handle the hate then stop posting pictures of your girlfriend lol." She wrote on Instagram: "Don't be mad at your fans. They love you."
Considering Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez's comments, it's pretty sure that Bieber is frustrated over his breakup with Selena, nonetheless, fans reaction on his relationships.