The ‘Sorry’ hitmaker isn’t going to apologize for ‘setting boundaries’ with his fans because he wants to ‘enjoy life and not be a slave to the world.’
Justin Bieber is not going to retract his statement about no more pictures with his fans despite backlash from a lot of people. After one of his Instagram followers called him “a douche” for making such decision, the Canadian pop star took to the social media again to share another lengthy message which explains his situation.
The “Love Yourself” hitmaker wrote, “Braekess you are so right btw your Instagram name is fire. Years ago it was impossible to even take a picture at anytime not everyone was accessible to a camera now everyone has a camera phone and Now it’s just a different thing.If you think setting boundaries is being a douche I’m the biggest douche around but I think it’s smart and will be the only way I last.”
The 22-year-old singer went on defending his decision, “I wanna enjoy life and not be a slave to the world and their demands of what they think I need to do!! I love the fact that I am able to make people happy but cmon if you truly were in my position you would understand how tiring it is ( boo hoo Justin get over it) I’m going to keep making decisions I feel are fit for my growth and no human being will make me feel bad for it.”
Earlier Tuesday, May 10, Bieber launched a rant on the photo-sharing site. “If you happen to see me out somewhere know that I’m not gonna take a picture I’m done taking pictures,” so read a picture he posted. “It has gotten to the point that people won’t even say hi to me or recognize me as a human, I feel like a zoo animal, and I wanna be able to keep my sanity.”
“I realize people will be disappointed but I don’t owe anybody a picture And people who say ‘but I bought ur album’ know that you got my album and you got what you paid for AN ALBUM!” he continued. “It doesn’t say in fine print whenever you see me you also get a photo.”
His “no picture” policy comes after several fans took pictures of him strolling through Boston Common and the Public Garden barefoot.