It looks like the Biebs might have crossed a line and the Twitter is buzzing about it.
During a premiere event in London for his new album Believe, Indonesia got its feelings hurt when the pop star called it some “random country” where one of the featured tracks was recorded.
“I recorded it in a studio. Some little place,” said Justin Bieber. “They didn’t know what they were doing.”
In his defense, the population of Indonesia is only… 240 million?
To put that number in perspective, Bieber only has just under 21 million Twitter followers and only sold 3.39 million albums last year.
Looks like Bieber has some apologizing to do.
But despite the comment, @BieberIndonesia – yeah, that actually exists – fans still seems abundantly supportive of Bieber, tweeting comments today like “that hair is all swaggy” and “can't wait to see biebs and gaga on Men In Black III.”
Still, other fans are upset. Along with plenty of obscenities, the Twitterverse is blemished with reactions to the comment.
“You're NOTHING, Justin!” tweeted @puryapril. @shanty78 followed up with “Seriouly? … Are you still Beliebers.”
Apparently so… London fans continued to chase down the Mercedes that carted around the Canadian sensation back and forth to his hotel. @justinbieber, himself, tweeted a photo of a young fan who sat on the hood, refusing to move.
I wonder if Indonesian fans would do the same…