December 11, 2012 4:10 PM EST
Justin Bieber Mocks Manny Pacquiao With Latest Instagram Post [PHOTOS]
Looks like Justin Bieber's bitterness towards the Filipinos did go away. If fans may recall Bieber's last visit in Manila back in 2011, Bieber was quite rude.
A lot were furious when the Canadian crooner was caught in a video wherein an airport security guard had asked for his autograph. Instead of giving the man what he was hoping for, Bieber disrespected the gurad and threw the cd. Nice moves, Bieber and now the Canadian does it again with his latest Instagram photos mocking Filipino champ, Manny Pacquiao.
Last Sunday, Filipinos and fans of Pacman were shocked when he was knocked out by Juan Manuel Marquez. Of course, fans of Marquez were quick to post of which inlucde Justin Bieber. Bieber posted "edited" pictures of Pacman with Simba from "The Lion King" with the caption: "Dad wake up." Another Instagram photo is that of Pacman alongside the late Michael Jackson with the caption "Pacquiao doing the lean with MJ.. Classic moment."
Minutes after the posts, a lot of people heated up and commented on Bieber's post.
"JB hope you feel proud cause you just lost your fans who like MANNY PACQUIAO but even though you like Mayweather posting these pics are just LOW even for a girl like you," said Sarahgee.
"Beliebers" know that Justin is a Mayweather fan and of course he would be included in the gist of this Instagram-Manny Pacquiao feud.
"[Mayweather] has nothing to gain fighting Pacqiao. Floyd has never in his professional career lost a fight and Pacqiao lost his last two fights. If Floyd wins it's not that big of a deal cuz it would be his third loss in a row, and if he loses he's gonna ruin his legacy either way there's no big win for Mayweather.. Mayweather is boxing," said Bieber.
"Look what Mayweather did to Marquez.. #moneyteam #nocompetition," tweeted Bieber with a photo he took at the fight.
Despite of people enraged by Bieber's tweets, the singer did not come clean and said had even managed to tweet against the rage.
"If they were beliebers I know they wouldn't leave my side over an Boxing opinion I have," tweeted Bieber.