Justin Bieber pranked fans around the world, including countless news sources, that his laptop and camera were stolen from his tour manager’s office while on tour in Tacoma, Washington. The ‘thief’, with the Twitter handle @Gexwy, began tweeting @JustinBieber and threatened to leak Bieber’s private home videos and pictures to the public. Gexwy unleashed two short videos proving that he had clips of Bieber and wasn’t afraid to upload more. Bieber was given until noon Friday, October 12th to meet Gexwy’s demands otherwise his most private videos would be made public. Noon came on Friday and Gexwy tweeted ‘Here it is Justin Bieber’ along with a link that lead to Justin Bieber’s latest music video, ‘Beauty And A Beat’. Many outraged fans cooled down as they soon learned Bieber’s stolen laptop and camera was just a viral stunt to promote his latest music video. Just overnight Bieber’s ‘Beauty And A Beat’ music video has been seen over 5.5 million times. The video was shot in early September at Raging Waters in San Dimas, California.
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