Justin and Hailey Bieber have been in the limelight the past couple of months as they continue to plan their wedding that is set to take place at the end of this month. While most Canadians are excited to see the couple tie the knot for the second time, some Canadians seem to be questioning the love between the couple. In fact, after his latest Instagram post, Justin Bieber is now telling fans to unfollow him if they don't support his marriage. 

On Thursday, Justin took to Instagram to share a photo of his wife Hailey Bieber. The photo, which features Hailey sitting on a chair has the words "No makeup, like what??" With multiple heart eye emojis. 

While Hailey seemed to love the post, even commenting under the photo "making a girl blush over here", it seems that some other fans felt that Justin may have been trying too hard. 

One Instagram user posted a comment, "You don't need to do this, if you really love each other, just live and enjoy it without trying to presume to appear or force someone else to see that "YOU'RE IN LOVE."

However, it seems that Justin wasn't about to take the hate from one of his fellow fans, and quickly commented back, making it clear that anyone who doesn't support or likes what he posts should unfollow him. 

Bieber states, "Honouring your wife publicly is actually such an amazing respectful thing to do. It's not only reassuring to her, it's also a way of giving people something to look forward too... I'm not forcing it down anyone's throat, YOU follow ME."

"Should I not make songs about loving my wife or being in love or is that shoving down my love for her down your throat too. This is my life. Unfollow me if you don't like what I post." 

Yet, this isn't the first time Justin Bieber has taken to social media to express his views. In fact, Bieber is known for not holding back when it comes to what he posts on his social media. 

Earlier this summer, Bieber confused his fans when he took to Twitter in an attempts to challenge Tom Cruise to a UFC fight. 

The Canadian artist is also known for opening up about his mental health on social media. 

Earlier this year, Bieber revealed that he had been going through a rough time, and asked his fans to pray for him. 


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