First off, I never want to generalize a whole group of people, but a lot of One Direction fans and Selena Gomez fans are showing up to the #JustinDeactivatedParty, and you have to admit, it's kind of funny.
Yes, Justin Bieber deactivated his Instagram account after making threats to his fans on Monday about ceasing his online contact with them. Bieber was concerned with critical comments he was getting after posting a slew of photos with his girlfriend Sophia Richie. (And if you ask me, Justin Bieber needs to go away for a lil'.)
And now, Twitter can't get enough.
Reportedly, Kylie Jenner came to Twitter to claim her rise in the Instagram ranks, but then deleted her tweet:
Update: Kylie confirmed that tweet was fake:
Yeah I actually didn't. It's fake. https://t.co/YXVLht1TBN— Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner) August 16, 2016
And Selena, who stoked the fire yesterday with an Instagram comment that insinuated her ex-boyfriend didn't care about his fans, already regrets everything:
But nevertheless, fans are using Bieber's terrible recent history with fans (refusing photos, canceling meet-and-greets) to boost their own faves:
There you have it! How are you celebrating?
Vittorio Zunino Celotto