Justin Bieber Falls Off Of His Unicycle, And Becomes An Instant Meme
7 January 2020, 14:29
After he fell off of his unicycle, Justin Bieber's fans Photoshopped him in a series of unfortunate events, making him an iconic meme.
Justin Bieber has many talents - the 'Yummy' singer is an excellent surfer - but it turns out that he can't ride a unicycle as well as he thought.
He uploaded a photo of him flipping off of the one-wheeled vehicle, to his 124 million Instagram followers, captioning the post as "WTF HAHA".
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His wife, Hailey Bieber, was one of the many to comment on the post, stating that it was her favourite photo, before saying she "laughed at this pic for a week".
Before he knew it, his manager Scooter Braun had helped turn the 'I Don't Care' pop star into a viral meme, by sharing several hilarious edits of Justin falling off of his unicycle in to a series of odd situations.
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Wrestling John Cena
Actor and wrestler, John Cena, shared a photo of Justin Bieber seemingly fighting him, and wrote "There is a lesson to be learned in every failure (unicycles included!!).
The lesson here may be U didn’t C ME!" The Bumblebee star later congratulated his friend on his new single.
Being abducted by aliens
Diving into a pool
Being eaten by a dinosaur
Running in the Olympics
Being won in a claw crane
Stuck in a basketball hoop
Justin Bieber is currently promoting several projects, including his fifth studio album, which currently is unnamed. He chose to unveil the news on Christmas Eve, 2019, stating he'd be gracing his fans with a new album.
Captioning the post as '#Bieber2020', many believed that that could be the name of his upcoming LP, which could feature his current single 'Yummy'.
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The Canadian pop star has also said that the sound of his fifth album will be very different to his previous work, and that it's "the music that [he's] loved the most out of anything [he has] done".
He has also been promoting his upcoming docuseries, Seasons, which will premiere as part of the YouTube Originals program, and is said to give fans an insight into the past few years of Justin's life.
Justin Bieber: Seasons will premiere on 27 January at 6PM, and is said to "feature a behind-the-scenes look at Bieber's private life, including never-before-seen footage of his wedding to Hailey Bieber and his day-to-day alongside those in his inner circle."
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