Justin Bieber Begs People To Stop Using Photos Of Him From When He Was Sick

Is it too late now to say sorry? Justin Bieber just called out everyone for using images of him when he was sick.

Google also caught some heat.

The Canadian superstar took to Instagram to express his discontent with the use of pictures from when he was battling Lyme disease. 

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All of the top photos are of me looking dishevelled. I was obviously going through a tough time. Justin Beiber

In the Instagram story, Beiber shared that he is unhappy with Google's algorithm because certain old pictures pop up on the information giant's image section.

"This is so frustrating considering I took a lot of time to get healthy," he said in the video.

Additionally, he mentioned the same images are also popping up on blogs and news sites, even though he said he's serviced new images of himself for their usage. 

"This was a time where I was really unhealthy and I was battling Lyme disease," Beiber said. "All of the top photos are of me looking dishevelled. I was obviously going through a tough time."

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