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Justin Bieber 'bi' story is a hoax

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Is Justin Bieber bisexual? A new rumor making the rounds on Facebook claims that the Boyfriend singer claims that Justin Bieber and Austin Mahone were photographed kissing, but an April 6 report reveals that the crazy rumor is nothing more than a hoax.

The website Huzlers posted an alleged tweet from Justin Bieber which read, “Meet my new boyfriend. I’m bi, so what? F*** what anyone thinks.

Along with the tweet was a photo of Justin Bieber and Austin Mahone “kissing. The site claimed that after thirty minutes the tweet disappeared. Even though the story sounds crazy, it picked up momentum being shared. Adding fuel to the fire was the fact that Justin Bieber and Austin Mahone were recently photographed playing basketball together and were reportedly in the studio.

The two singers feuded for about a year before making up, but there was no kissing involved in their reconciliation. The photo in question was photoshopped and the story itself was nothing more than satire.

Huzlers posts on their website, “ is a combination of real shocking news and satire news to keep its visitors in a state of disbelief.”

Justin Bieber and Austin Mahone's female fans who still hope for a chance with the singers can breathe a sigh of relief knowing that this story is not true.


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