Justin Bieber Lashed Out On Twitter After He Was Made Fun Of For Lip Syncing

April 24, 2019 / Posted by:

You’ve got to have a pretty thick skin if you’re going to make it in the entertainment industry. I didn’t sit through 87 cycles of America’s Next Top Model to not learn that lesson. Too bad Justin Bieber never had a Tyra Banks in his life to belittle him until he cried, only to build him back up into a pop megastar who can take a normal amount of criticism without alluding to suicide. Sadly, we know Justin wouldn’t have made it very far on ANTM and probably would have asked to be sent home after crying his eyes out during the makeover episode. You see, a mean lady on the internet (it wasn’t me this time, I swear!) accused Justin of lip syncing during his recent Coachella appearance with Ariana Grande. And even though he totally did lip sync, it wasn’t very nice.

E! host Morgan Stewart is tasting the wrath of the Biebs after he #tooktotwitter to tell her how it made him feel when, on her show Nightly Pop, she LOL’d at Justin when “the song started before him”. She also commented that he does not appear to have forehead acne, which, last time I checked, was a (shady) compliment.

Here’s what got the Biebs in his feelings.

Somehow, after all he’s been through these past few years, this is the straw that broke the camel’s back. Justin let her have it.

He’s not wrong. It’s a mean, cold world out there. The way our government treats pop stars right now is atrocious. Did you hear, the Trump administration was even considering jailing child pop stars who rocket into the stratosphere illegally in GUANTANAMO BAY? Even adult pop stars who don’t conform to accepted norms of how pop stars are supposed to look, behave, or love, are under attack in this country, and around the globe, on a daily basis. Even the ones who sing live 100% of the time! It’s fucking scary out here for pop stars in #thesetryingtimes. Thankfully, Justin’s got a posse. Ariana Grande isn’t afraid to take a stand to defend marginalized pop stars like Justin.

Whoa. That was harsh but – message received, Ariana. Loud and clear. I will think twice before I use my talents to criticize pop stars again. I see the important work that you are doing and am inspired. Next time I see a pop star enjoying their God-given right to stand on a stage and yodel to a backing track at an exclusive, high-priced music festival while attempting to promote an album that might very well be our generations “Imagine“, I will think twice before offering any unsolicited perspective or critique. I mean, we all have to earn a living, but not this way. Maybe I should consider becoming a pop star instead. No wait, I’ll become a poet!

Pic: ET via YouTube

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