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Instagram is hell and for the devil: Justin Bieber

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Justin Bieber has opened up about his love/hate relationship with Instagram, saying that he is "90 per cent sure" that the service is "for the devil" and that it is "hell".

The 22-year-old Canadian megastar left Instagram suddenly back in August this year during a gap in his current Purpose world tour, reported Billboard.



Giving his fans the hope that he might return to the site, he asked during a show in London: "Who thinks I should get my Instagram back?"

"Nah, I don't want to get my Instagram back. I'm sure. I think hell is Instagram. I'm 90 per cent sure. We get sent to hell, we get like locked in the Instagram server. Like I'm stuck in the DMs."

Bieber quit Instagram over three months ago when he deleted his account after having posted a series of photos urging his fans to "stop the hate".

At first, he had threatened to make his account private after his fans had bombarded him with negative comments about his then-girlfriend Sofia Richie.

Meanwhile, his Twitter account is still very much active.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Instagram is hell and for the devil: Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber has opened up about his love/hate relationship with Instagram, saying that he is "90 per cent sure" that the service is "for the devil" and that it is "hell". The 22-year-old Canadian megastar left Instagram suddenly back in August this year during a gap in his current Purpose world tour, reported Billboard. Giving his fans the hope that he might return to the site, he asked during a show in London: "Who thinks I should get my Instagram back?" "Nah, I don't want to get my Instagram back. I'm sure. I think hell is Instagram. I'm 90 per cent sure. We get sent to hell, we get like locked in the Instagram server. Like I'm stuck in the DMs." Bieber quit Instagram over three months ago when he deleted his account after having posted a series of photos urging his fans to "stop the hate". At first, he had threatened to make his account private after his fans had bombarded him with negative comments about his then-girlfriend Sofia Richie. Meanwhile, his Twitter account is ... Justin Bieber has opened up about his love/hate relationship with Instagram, saying that he is "90 per cent sure" that the service is "for the devil" and that it is "hell".

The 22-year-old Canadian megastar left Instagram suddenly back in August this year during a gap in his current Purpose world tour, reported Billboard.

Giving his fans the hope that he might return to the site, he asked during a show in London: "Who thinks I should get my Instagram back?"

"Nah, I don't want to get my Instagram back. I'm sure. I think hell is Instagram. I'm 90 per cent sure. We get sent to hell, we get like locked in the Instagram server. Like I'm stuck in the DMs."

Bieber quit Instagram over three months ago when he deleted his account after having posted a series of photos urging his fans to "stop the hate".

At first, he had threatened to make his account private after his fans had bombarded him with negative comments about his then-girlfriend Sofia Richie.

Meanwhile, his Twitter account is still very much active.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Instagram is hell and for the devil: Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber has opened up about his love/hate relationship with Instagram, saying that he is "90 per cent sure" that the service is "for the devil" and that it is "hell".

The 22-year-old Canadian megastar left Instagram suddenly back in August this year during a gap in his current Purpose world tour, reported Billboard.

Giving his fans the hope that he might return to the site, he asked during a show in London: "Who thinks I should get my Instagram back?"

"Nah, I don't want to get my Instagram back. I'm sure. I think hell is Instagram. I'm 90 per cent sure. We get sent to hell, we get like locked in the Instagram server. Like I'm stuck in the DMs."

Bieber quit Instagram over three months ago when he deleted his account after having posted a series of photos urging his fans to "stop the hate".

At first, he had threatened to make his account private after his fans had bombarded him with negative comments about his then-girlfriend Sofia Richie.

Meanwhile, his Twitter account is still very much active.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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