Justin Bieber Hits Twitter with Mobile Phone Number as Revenge

It appears that Canadian R&B singer, Justin Bieber found a way of getting some revenge on a Detroit teenager Kevin Kristopik, which led to the Detroit teen’s mobile phone going crazy when it was hit by 10,000 texts messages in 2 hours.

According to an article over on Gizmodo by Adrian Chen, Beiber tweeted Kristopik’s phone number from his verified Twitter account, and the tweet was quickly removed but not before an abundance of Justin’s Twitter followers retweeded the phone number.

This was what Bieber tweeted… “everyone call me 248-XXX-XXXX 🙂 or text”, but the number wasn’t Bieber’s but that of Kristopik. Bieber tweeted Saturday night and at about 1am Sunday, Kristopik tweeted… “Thanks for giving out my # @justinbieber.”

After the onslaught from Bieber’s Twitter followers, Kristopik posted a video to YouTube of his mobile device going crazy due to Bieber’s tweet, and we have that video for your viewing pleasure below.

Just why Bieber posted Kristopik’s phone number is unclear, but apparently it was revenged for Kristopik hacking the Twitter account of Ryan Butler who is a childhood friend of Bieber.

So hit up that video below and check it out, and remember don’t go putting anyone’s mobile phone number on display on Twitter even if it is for revenge.

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5 thoughts on “Justin Bieber Hits Twitter with Mobile Phone Number as Revenge”

  1. heyy justin could u seriously give it to me im like serious here im not jkin i want to talk to u cause ur just hot i love ur songs that u do and yer so could u plz give it to me i wont give it anyone i promise

  2. heyy justin could u seriously give it to me im like serious here im not jkin i want to talk to u cause ur just hot i love ur songs that u do and yer so could u plz give it to me i wont give it anyone i promise

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    Brogensmith says:

    justin………… i love you so much  GIVE ME YOUR NUMBER PLZ IM NOT A SPREDER I ONT GIVE IT 2 ANY1 ELSE xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <3 u

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