Justin Bieber has had enough and is threatening to take away what fans value most, because things have gotten way out of hand...
If you've been following all news Justin Bieber recently, which of course you have because how could you not have him on Instagram, then you'll be well aware that he's been spending a lot of quality time with the gorgeous Sofia Richie.
Yesterday, he took to Instagram to share a whole string of cute, funny and absolutely adorbz pictures of himself and Sofia and fans, being the sometimes seriously jealous/protective creatures they are, did not share his obvious enthusiasm at the friendship.
The comments are filled with things like snake emojis, cow emojis, "Jelena is better", "I love him but his attitude is horrible right now., he's changing for a f***ing b****" and straight up not-acceptable terms which no one should ever be called...
And Justin has had enough of it.
It has been taken so far that Justin is now threatening to make his profiles private, saying in an Insta post that, "I'm going to make my Instagram private if you guys don't stop the hate this is getting out of hand, if you guys are really fans you wouldn't be so mean to people that I like."
When did people get so mean when it comes to their favourite celebs love lives? Can jealousy of a celeb crush or hardcore fandom dedication really drive people to be like an over-protective parent who won't approve of any relationship choice?!
The threat has made his true fans come out of the woodworks to show that the small amount of haters don't outnumber those who are glad for him to be happy, with one fan gemi41 commenting:
"Justin want you to know that not all have hate... you should be happy and we someday have to understand that... We are in a world where your Beliebers are jealous , very jealous but many have had the honor to meet you, and pulled a picture with you and sure do not support this."
While Justin's relationship with Sofia is not confirmed as anything more than a friendship, what matters is that he is happy and that she is. Isn't two people's happiness in a world full of hate enough to make everyone smile?