Bieber quit Instagram over three months back after his followers bombarded him with negative comments.
Los Angeles: Justin Bieber has opened up regarding his love/hate bond with Instagram, saying that he is ‘90 per cent sure’ that the system is ‘for the devil’ and that it is ‘hell’.
The 22-year-old Canadian celebrity left Instagram unexpectedly back in August this year during a gap in his present ‘Purpose world tour’ reported Billboard.
Giving his followers the hope that he might come back to the site, he asked during a show in London: “Who thinks I have to get my Instagram back?”
“Nah, I don’t want to get my Instagram back. I’m sure. I think underworld is Instagram. I’m 90 per cent guaranteed. We get sent to hell, we get like sealed in the Instagram server. Like I’m caught in the DMs.”
Pretty scary stuff now, and not just because somebody someplace in Hollywood just green-lit this script, maybe! Watch the video in full, with all its tones and expertly timed gaps, however, and it’s clear what he’s doing: work shopping his first five records of jokes for a new life as a stand-up funny.
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He’s seeing how the “Instagram is the Devil” tedious plays to a crowd of already screaming admirers before leaving the world of tune to change into Dane Cook 2.0. Maybe he’s been tightening those first five with his desired comedian, Chris D’Elia, a kind of payback for that period the comic gently roasted Bieber on Comedy Central.
Bieber left Instagram over three months before when he deleted his account after having posted a sequence of photos urging his fans to ‘stop the hate’.
At first, he had threatened to make his account secretive after his fans had bombarded him with undesirable comments about his then-girlfriend Sofia Richie.
Meanwhile, his Twitter account is still very much active.