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Bieber’s boyish new look unleashes internet jabber

Published 31/08/2015

Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber

Fans have flocked to social media to diss Justin Bieber’s new hairstyle.

The 21-year-old is currently relaunching his career after being on hiatus since releasing album Believe in 2012.

And with his fresh LP set to reach shelves in just a few months time, it seems Justin felt the need to update his look too, as the singer unveiled messy platinum blonde locks with dark roots on the MTV VMAs red carpet. The star sported bangs which covered his left eye, creating a sexy mood hearkening back to the heartthrobs of the 1990s.

Fans on the internet are giving mixed reviews of the hairstyle though, with some critics having taken to social media to unleash insults.

“justin bieber: ‘hm i think im a little too attractive let me ruin my hair’ (sic),” one observer wrote on Twitter, with another noting, “Justin Bieber's hair looks like he was rejected by Green Day.”

It did appear as if the singer, who released his new single What Do You Mean on Friday, was in some type of alternative band. Justin had on a black leather jacket and he made the devil sign with his fingers while posing for photographers, a hand signal many die-hard rockers do when they’re moshing at a concert.

A few people have even compared his new hairstyle to one Kate Gosselin wore. The notorious American reality TV star, who is infamous for giving birth to eight children, donned a similar short do in 2007.

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