Justin Bieber is one of the most popular artists across the world. Regardless of his popularity, the 22-year-old singer is also one of the most hated people of all time right after Hitler, Donald Trump, and Kim Kardashian. Move over to the internet, and you would hardly ever see Justin Bieber’s name not placed in the same sentence with words like ‘hate’, ‘fag’, or ‘kill’. But it is time to let go of your hatred towards the kid and be excited about the fact that he is going to hold a concert in India and here’s why… Your hatred makes no sense.
The mostly unreasonable hate stems from the fact that Justin Bieber was popular early on, he used to sound like a girl (which used to be true) and teenage girls adored him which made him an easy target. None of it hardly ever has to do with his music because, news flash people, he’s fairly decent, to say the least. Bieber is one of the few artists who has truly evolved over time rather than go on a downward spiral like Miley Cyrus. Honestly, pick up any of his recent albums and you’ll know it’s true. With hits like Where Are Ü Now, Love Yourself, Company and Sorry, he has proven that he can, in fact, make music.
Over time a lot of his haters have proudly embraced the title ‘Belieber’. While it is totally up to you to like/dislike his music (that you’ve already probably shaken a hip to when you last hit the club), try and not let your unfounded hatred cloud your musical sense.
The Grammy Award-winning artist will be coming to India with his Purpose World Tour, inarguably his best album to date. Purpose was also nominated for Album of the Year at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards. Come May 10, Justin Bieber will most definitely blow the roof off of the DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai. Make sure you don’t miss it.