Justin Bieber seems to think you can just delete a photo, say you’re sorry and it will be like your embarrassing bout of exhibitionism never happened. Sorry, bub, the Internet doesn’t work that way.
It goes like this:Justin Bieber had a change of heart about flashing all of y’all good people on the Internet. Five days after posting an Instagram of his bare tuchus that launched some pretty brilliant memes, Bieber deleted the photo and posted an apology along a shot of him — from behind — fully dressed in trousers, a baggy jacket, a knitted cap and sunglasses. Basically a male pop star burqa.
Hey I Deleted the photo of my butt on Instagram not because I thought it was bad but someone close to me’s daughter follows me and she was embarrassed that she saw my butt and I totally wasn’t thinking in that aspect. And I felt awful that she felt bad. To anyone I may have offended I’m so sorry. It was completely pure hearted as a joke but didn’t take in account there are littles following me!!! Love u guys
“Hey, I deleted the photo of my butt on Instagram not because I thought it was bad but someone close to me’s daughter follows me and she was embarrassed that she saw my butt and I totally wasn’t thinking in that aspect,” he wrote. “And I felt awful that she felt bad.” That’s all fine and good, but by that rationale shouldn’t he delete all the music he’s ever made? Because let me tell you, I felt bad the very first time I heard “Baby,” and it hasn’t really gone away. Does he feel bad about that, too? Let’s get to deleting, then.