Days after the heart-rending suicide of Julie Gunn, Bieber declared his retirement from the music scene. How has Bieber affected the said girl? Reports claim 19-year-old Canadian singer ridiculed Julie during his trip down under where he called her a "beached whale" because of her flabbiness. Such comments had the teenager to commit suicide.
REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni Singer Justin Bieber (L) and recording artist Usher pose at the premiere of the documentary "Justin Bieber's Believe" in Los Angeles, California December 18, 2013. The documentary opens in the U.S. on December 25.
On December 17, Bieber revealed in an interview with Kurt Alexander best known as Big boy for Los Angeles' Power 106 station that he is retiring from music for an indefinite period.
"I'm glad you announced that," Radio host Kurt Alexander, reacted. "I'm not gonna even play nothing else but that." "I'm retiring, yeah," he added. "I'm taking a ... I'm just gonna take some time. I think I'm probably gonna quit music," said Bieber.
Reports suggest that there's link between the two happenings as his statement has left many people apprehensive why a successful, young, and gifted singer would retire at the zenith of his calling? Allegedly Julie Gunn's cadaver was found in her Harvey Bay flat in Australia after she had committed suicide. Reportedly some days before her suicide she was attending a party at Perth's Hyatt Regency in Australia where she was ridiculed by Justin Bieber who was partying with friends there. Julie's room partner Karan Willis revealed that Bieber's cruel commentary towards her pal left her shattered. Since that incident Julie had been drinking and living in seclusion that led her to commit suicide.
According to perezhilton.com a visitor who was also present at the hotel during the disgraceful incident stated ; "There were four young girls in bikinis. One girl who was gorgeous looking with long dark hair and would have been about a size 14, Justin looked over at her and said 'What are you, Hawaiian, or something?' She said 'No, I'm not'. Then he said 'You look like a beached whale' ... The girl said 'Are you serious' and he said 'You should go on The Biggest Loser.' ... The whole pool deck heard him call this beautiful young girl a beached whale. Everyone heard. And there was silence. It was almost like his security were used to it." After this brutal incident Bieber posted an attention-grabbing apology message on Twitter:
News of Justin Bieber's retirement has been reported earlier by many sites but for first time it has been correlated with this bizarre incident. National Report the site that first published this news is in famous for fake news reporting as the site's disclaimer reads: "National Report is a news and political satire web publication, which may or may not use real names, often in semi-real or mostly fictitious ways."
The National Report's disclaimer also states: "All news articles contained within National Report are fiction, and presumably fake news. Any resemblance to the truth is purely coincidental."
But people have been over and over again bamboozled with making fake stories sound real by National Report, such as:
Singer Justin Bieber (L) and recording artist Usher pose at the premiere of the documentary "Justin Bieber's Believe" in Los Angeles, California December 18, 2013. The documentary opens in the U.S. on December 25.