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Justin Bieber Music star says Instagram is for the devil

According to him, he's "90 percent sure" that the photo sharing app is "for the devil" and that it is "hell."

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At the MTV Europe Music awards in the Dutch port of Rotterdam, chart-topping Justin Bieber's legendary army of fans dubbed 'Beliebers' helped him slay Gaga's 'monsters' to help him win three awards including for Biggest Fans

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Justin Bieber is clearly not happy with photo sharing app, Instagram.

Bieber after leaving the social media site in August this year told a London audience on November 29, 2016, that Instagram is for the devil.

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According to him, he's "90 percent sure" that the photo sharing app is "for the devil" and that it is "hell."

The 'Sorry' singer says he has no desire to return to the social media site.


"I think Hell is Instagram. I'm like 90 percent sure. We get sent to hell and we get locked in the Instagram server. I'm stuck in the DMs. I'm trying to climb my way out and I can't."

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Fans are really concerned about the mental state of the singer. Recently, the controversial star while arriving for his concert in Barcelona left a fan with a bloodied lip after throwing a punch at him.

In a video shared online, the 22-year-old hit the fan through the open window of his car as he was driven by a chauffeur.


In the video, you can see the excited fan reaching out to touch the singer while the car goes at slow speed, but the Canadian star reacts with a jab that left the male with a split lip.

The man is seen touching his mouth in apparent shock before turning to face the camera and showing his bloodied lip.

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Recall the pop star has become a subject of an online backlash after he reportedly walked out of a concert held at the Manchester Arena, United Kingdom.


According to reports, the singer had told the crowd during his Purpose World Tour performance to keep their screams down, but they booed him in response.


He later came back to the stage to explain why he wanted to interact with his fans.

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