Justin Bieber accidentally shares contact details on Twitter, causing a meltdown among Beliebers
Justin Bieber's fan base, popularly known as the Beliebers, went into complete shock as reactions started pouring in from all corners.
Justin Bieber fans recently had a meltdown of sorts when the singer-cum-songwriter accidentally shared his contact details on Twitter, which was later promptly deleted. But this did not stop fans from taking screenshots of the message and give calls on the number. Justin's fan base, popularly known as the Beliebers, went into complete shock after the incident and reactions started pouring in from all corners.
"Had to change it. Hit me at +505 5853 1341. I’m on WhatsApp too," was the shocking tweet by the singer and fans were quick to freak out on the news.
Wait, so Justin Bieber really tweeted his number?
He deleted the tweets 😂 pic.twitter.com/Ib73OpJn8F
— Vicky ✨ (@vicky_mx16) December 24, 2018
Justin Bieber tweeted a phone number and yeah of course I called it... multiple times... well turns out it was an international call and we were just charged extra for it. He didn’t even answer. pic.twitter.com/A0rmWo2Tlz — abigayle (@abijskinner) December 23, 2018
— amber (@bizzlesamber) December 23, 2018
However, it remains unclear whether the number was a genuine contact detail or not.
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