Did you see that photo of Justin Bieber eating a burrito like a corn cob? The photo went viral on Facebook, Twitter, and dozens of news sites. But we’ve got some bad news for you, or good news depending on how you look at it. The photo is totally fake.
Many horrors exist within Tumblr's dark, recondite recesses. But every once in a while, you'll stumble upon a phenomenon that is beautiful for its sheer and utter and absurdity. Or in the case of one particular phenomenon, for Ron Weasely's tender, loving gaze as he looks into Justin Bieber's eyes.
Justin Bieber has caused a bit of a stir after posting this image of a Batman vs. Superman script to his Instagram feed. Don't fret, non-Beliebers, it's very likely just a joke. Update: Yup, a joke.
Did you hear? Nearly half of Justin Bieber's Twitter followers are fake. Fake! Belieber nation is a fraud, life has no meaning, the abyss of treachery and betrayal that is life grows deeper by the hour.
Not to enrage the Bieber Nation or Beliebers or whatever Bieberian name tweens and post-tweens call themselves now, but it looks like a lot of the people who follow him on Twitter are fake. In fact, he has the highest number of fakeout Twitter followers out of the top 10 Twitter accounts. 16.7 million accounts are…
He is the most popular person in the history of social media. He is Canadian. He is a swaggy bro. He is an Illuminati tween with hair made of undiscovered elements. And here's how to unplug him, forever.
What do the folks at Twitter do when they aren't adding new features or likely having semi-erotic daydreams about an IPO? Justin Bieber flashmobs in the company cafeteria. Swoon.
This might be the most liked photo on Instagram. Which would be a pretty sad but totally understandable indictment of Instagram. Thing is, we're not sure. There's no real way to know, but FWD tracked down a pretty educated guess.
I suspected Justin Bieber was no innocent when I saw him for the first time on television.
Seems like every musician you can name has a pair of headphones with their name on 'em. Dr. Dre, Justin Bieber, Jay-Z, Quincy Jones, Ludacris, Bob Marley, and Miles Davis. We need a battle royale! Well, here you go...
YouTube is big fat no fun having missy when it comes to copyright rules. They're so afraid of pissing somebody off (and getting a lawsuit) that they'll even pull official videos now. Like today, when a prankster submitted a copyright claim against Justin Bieber's Vevo and YouTube took down his page.
As the story goes, the Black Eyed Peas' frontman Will.i.am was just cruising on his Segway, thinking about technology and stuff—when he decided to call up Dean Kamen and got hoodwinked into hosting the FIRST Robotics Championship.
Earlier this week. James Earl Jones was coerced into reading Justin Bieber lyrics on national television. His bemused performance was strange enough, but then an intrepid YouTube remixer spliced his spoken word onto The Empire Strikes Back's big reveal. This video isn't that much different from reality. Darth Vader…
The secret of the bull and the bear are in the bird and the whale: Twitter can be used to predict the stock market behavior with an accuracy of 87.6%. In other words: Justin Bieber controls the world's economy.
There probably won't be riots over the fact that Justin Bieber was kicked off Facebook. That's because it wasn't the teenage heartthrob who lost access to the social networking site. Instead it was just an unfortunately named Florida resident.
Dr. Dre, what hath ye done? As if 3% of Twitter's racks weren't enough, tween demigod Justin Bieber can now lay claim to his own headphone line—part of the Beats by Dre series of audio gear. Totes adorbs!
Justin Bieber uses 3% of Twitter resources at any moment. According to a Twitter employee—talking to designer Dustin Curtis—Bieber has "racks of servers dedicated to him. I'm sure this will excite his haters (hello 4chan!) even more. Updated
You totally hate Justin Bieber, right, because you're a rebel, or whatever? That's just because you haven't listened to Bieber slowed down 800 percent. Now his new single "U Smile" is a 30-minute epic. And it sounds awesome. No, really.
American Canadian (!) Treasure Justin Bieber's physical well-being was endangered this week when his Segway failed to outrun a gawping throng of twelve year old girls. I've never been more thankful for the existence of video cameras.