Justin Bieber explains why he deleted his Instagram, and why he won't be going back.
You never know where the devil may lie these days. Young Thug has stated his belief that The Breakfast Club hosts are is the incarnate of Satan, so don't expect him to be visiting the New York morning show anytime soon. Justin Bieber, on the other hand, has found the devil in a much more popular source of entertainment, the picture-sharing app known as Instagram, which he has recently given up.
While performing in London's O2 arena for a "Purpose" tour show on Tuesday night (Nov. 29), Bieber told his fans that he will not be getting back on the 'gram, as he believes it is "for the devil." Instagram has caused Bieber particular ire due to the various women he decided to share on his page, causing a scandal with each new girl who was spotted beside him.
"Nah, I don't want to get my Instagram back," he said to the audience during a mini-rant in between songs. "I think hell is Instagram. I'm 90 percent sure. We get sent to hell, we get like locked in the Instagram server." Watch him speak on the evils of the app below.
Though Bieber was probably susceptible to the most insane groupies that can be found on Instagram's massive server, his sentiment is one that many of us -- both victims of the thirst and those who have succumbed to it -- can relate to. So why must we continue to look for love in all the wrong places?