Yesterday, Bieber dropped an epic bomb on his fans when he posted to Instagram to explain that will no longer be taking pictures with randos. This raises a lot of questions, specifically, "who even wants to take a picture with this guy now that he has that terrible face tattoo?"
This announcement, of course, enraged the non-beliebers. "He would be nothing without his fans," they raged, which is technically true. But also, despite his insistence on mop-bucket pissing, he's still (belieb it or not) a human being.
As a human being, the Biebs apparently desperately craves to live some semblance of a normal life. More than that, he wants to be understood. Which is probably why he posted a picture of an angry comment where some fan called him a douche, and left his response to it in the description. Brace yourself, you might actually agree with his logic:
Braekess you are so right btw your Instagram name is fire. Years ago it was impossible to even take a picture at anytime not everyone was accessible to a camera now everyone has a camera phone and Now it's just a different thing.If you think setting boundaries is being a douche I'm the biggest douche around but I think it's smart and will be the only way I last. I wanna enjoy life and not be a slave to the world and their demands of what they think I need to do!! I love the fact that I am able to make people happy but cmon if you truly were in my position you would understand how tiring it is ( boo hoo Justin get over it) I'm going to keep making decisions I feel are fit for my growth and no human being will make me feel bad for it.
He makes a good point (shudder). Technology has enabled any person, from legit fans who have bought an album to jerkwad randos who simply want to brag that they were in licking-distance of a celebrity, to take a picture. Does technology make getting your own photo op a right?
More importantly, does the fact that Bieber actually had some decent logic make him not a douche? Someone please check to see if the earth is still round, because nothing makes sense anymore.