When you’ve gone and done something that offends a good chunk of the world’s population, the correct thing to do would be to issue some type of apology, right? (Or, in modern-day language, a tweet?)
Try telling that to Justin Bieber.
The 19-year-old singer, whose bad year took a turn for the worse over the weekend when he visited the Anne Frank House and left a ridiculous message in its guestbook, on Monday chose to kick off the week by posting a couple of shirtless photos of himself on Instagram.
The photos, of course, came with a purpose; he posted them as a response to the critics who have labeled him crazy for taking his shirt off.
“‘Breaking news worldwide @justinbieber just posted 2 shirtless pictures he must be going crazy’ -funny people #forthefansanyways #dontbecreepin :p” He wrote.
This could be related to his stop at the Wladyslaw Reymont Airport in Poland last month. In which case, fair enough.
But when you’ve already offended one of the most beloved and discussed historical figures in modern-day history, you might want to, you know, take care of that one first.