Justin Bieber Turns To Facebook In YouTube Fury

For pop sensation “Justin Bieber” it has been an eventful last week. It has seen popular site YouTube, block his new video “Pray,” and the young star turn to Facebook for a little solace.

Airing his disappointment, Bieber turned to his Twitter page and tweeted, “Dear youtube…we started this journey and now u r cheatin on me with this vevo chica…i see how it is…i will be over here with facebook.” Although information is a little sketchy, this recent outburst from YouTube, seems to be linked to “Copyright grounds.” Chris at Cnet reported that shortly after, as they say, “If you can’t beat them join them,” YouTube took to Twitter and said, “@justinbieber sorry about the upload pain around “Pray.” That’s between you and your label but we love you (both) so let’s figure this out.”

To hit back at the site, the rising star took to Facebook where he uploaded the video which saw a whooping 16 million fans view it. If you still haven’t seen the latest Pray video, then check it out over on Justin Bieber Vevo YouTube channel, but as of yet, it’s not accessible on Bieber‘s very own personal YouTube.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001367427031 Afna Rizvi

    hi justin bieber i am very happy to send you a messege i love you sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo much

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001367427031 Afna Rizvi

    i love you sooooooooooooooo much