Singer Justin speaks to the thief who nicked his belongings on Tuesday
Justin Bieber has hit back at a Twitter user who claims to be in possession of the laptop and camera that were stolen from his dressing room in Washington on Tuesday.
The Canadian star, 18, was told that private content would be shared online if he didn’t acknowledge their messages.
‘@justinbieber notice us and answer your dms or we are going to put the other videos from the camera out,’ they wrote.
Though the Tweeter appears to have uploaded two candid clips of the star backstage at a gig to YouTube, Justin‘s convinced his supporters will stand by him if more content is leaked on the web.
‘No matter what you have and what you post tomorrow i know my fans wont leave me. screw it. #toostrong,’ he replied.
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