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Justin Bieber Twitter Revenge Following hacked page

August 17, 2021 | Tina Chubb

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Justin Bieber Twitter Revenge Following hacked page

16-year old “Baby” and “One Time” singer Justin Bieber appeared to get his revenge on a teenage fan who hacked his friend’s Twitter page to obtain his number recently, by posting the fan’s mobile number on the popular micro-blogging website.

According to a recent article at, Justin – who now has more than 4.5 million followers on Twitter – decided to get his revenge on Kevin Kristopik from Detroit, by posting his mobile number with a little note that said: “Everyone call me or text.”

It didn’t take long for the message to be taken down, but not before it had been retweeted by Bieber’s Twitter followers. Back on July 27th, Kristopik took to Twitter and posted a message that read: “Im the one who hacked ryan and got justins # (sic).”

After discovering his number had been posted online, Kevin – who has now in fact deleted his Twitter account – sent out several angry tweets including one that read: “I never asked for it, @justinbieber is a d**k. (sic).” However, he’s still a fan of the singer.

What do you think of Justin’s prank? Was that stooping too low? Feel free to let us know your thoughts on this.

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  1. Laurence says:

    Who cares about a stupid little baby that can't sing? Why is he getting all this publicity?

  2. aamina says:

    lol id get my own back .xx loving it

  3. charlotte says:

    Lol i love u so much xxxx

  4. Anonymous says:

    What kind of role modelling is that?! Bieber lovers will start sending him death threats. Does the idiot not have a brain at all? Think before you do something, Justin! I never liked that kid.
    And yes, it wasn't nice that Kevin hacked his mate, but a little "I want an apology" would've been enough. Brat!

  5. Raynes says:

    interesting to watch human behavior in real time on a grand scale and then getting to see the reactions on that same grand scale…..

  6. shannon goddard says:

    i think justin was right by doing what he that kid needed to know that what he did was wrong and he cant go around doind that , and just cos justin looks young dosent mean he is hes 16 just let him be him you dont even know him just back off hes still a kid for god sake
    xx shannon goddard

  7. emperornu5 says:

    Wow this is rich, we now have a pissing contest between A person who's famous and some random guy. And the the famous person is stooping lower than the non famous person!

  8. 1st_admendment says:

    well posting personal info could get him a civil suit

    • brandon says:

      Mobile numbers are not considered public information, but that would probably not hold up in court, especially considering you can use pay services to do reverse mobile number lookup. And you can't sue for making public information more public. Mobile numbers are only private because they are subject to change with providers and because people pay for usage. He may only face a civil suit for harassment if he continually reposted it, but according to the article he didn't.

  9. Grace says:

    i think that is an amazing prank! If someone hacks into your account, they deserve it :) i love ya Justin

  10. hilary says:

    how childish Justin

  11. Ashley says:

    I agree with Justin!! i would do the same thing. No one who hackes someone gets away with he. Justin turned the table and gave him a taste of his own medicine. I 150% agree and i dont give a rats a** for who dissagrees with me. I would do the same thing. Who wouldnt?!!?!?!

  12. tejas says:

    i love u justin,i not have words to say sommthing about u i m poor boy frm india here my frnds also like u, but i m your biiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiig fan my wish to be like u . and i will i love uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu so much

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