This Is What Justin Bieber’s ‘Purpose’ Looks Like as a Drunk Booty Call

Beib’s new album has a double Purpose.

Much to the simultaneous behest and curiosity of the general public, Justin Bieber released his fourth studio album, Purpose, today (Nov. 13) after a marathon of press meltdowns including the mic drop in Oslo heard ‘round the world and an on-air realization that Spanish is not his strong suit.

Like it or not, Purpose proves that Bieber speaks to Generation Y between cracks in breathy falsetto on several of their preferred topics (without a pesky translator!), such as:

  • Watching Snapchat stories:  “My life is a movie and everyone’s watching/ So let’s get to the good part and past all this nonsense.” (“I’ll Show You”)
  • Experimentation with “trendy” spiritual beliefs (i.e. Scientology): “I was on my knees when nobody else was praying.” (“Where Are Ü Now?”)
  • And Justin Bieber’s break-down at the 2015 VMAs: “Look at all of these tears I wept” (“Purpose”)

But perhaps the most harrowing evidence of Bieber’s generational relevance lies in the fact that the album’s track list plays out like a messy, drunk booty call who just can’t get over the fact that it’s over. Without further ado, please enjoy a rearranging of the Bieb’s song titles into an iMessage demonstrating this hypothesis.

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CREDIT: Celebuzz, Mia Lardiere

Pick up a copy of Justin Bieber’s Purpose on Amazon and launch the gallery at the top of the page to view the album’s track list in graffiti.