We've all been mourning Justin Bieber's Instagram since he barred the public from seeing his ass-baring photos in August. He gave us a glimpse back into his life when he accidentally reactivated his account later that month, but he quickly deleted it again. And on Tuesday night, he gave fans his true thoughts on the photo-sharing app.

"Instagram is for the devil. I think hell is Instagram. I'm like 90 percent sure," Bieber to screaming concert-goers in London. "We get sent to hell and we get locked in the Instagram server. I'm stuck in the DMs. I'm trying to climb my way out and I can't."

Just when you get sucked into Bieber's Revelations-tinged metaphor, he abruptly checks himself and prepares for his next song.

Since March, Bieber has been on the never-ending Purpose World Tour, where he's gone on multiple monologues about connecting with fans. In Frankfurt, Germany, he started crying onstage. In Barcelona, he sucker-punched an adoring fan trying to get a high five. In Birmingham, England, he walked offstage when fans wouldn't stop screaming. At a different concert in the same town, he told them to "take a chill pill." It's been a journey.