Justin Bieber Officially Retires

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T’was the night before Christmas, all calm on the net. Not a pop star was twerking with future regret.

Justin Bieber posted on Twitter, his retirement there, in hopes that all of his fans would still care.

“My beloved beliebers” he typed with his thumbs, as he gleefully smiled, his face full of dumb.

“I’m officially retiring” he finished his tweet, a million warmed hearts knowing Bieber’s retreat.

On Christmas Eve, Justin Bieber took to his Twitter and announced that he was officially retiring.

Mr. Bieber also went on to mention that the media paints an inaccurate and bastardized version of him. In the follow up posts on his twitter feed, he mentioned how his new documentary titled "Believe" was coming out on Christmas day and asked all of his fans to brings their families to see the movie. Could the "retirement" just be a means to hype himself up before an inevitable childhood popstar decline?

Was it due to the backlash of when he peed in that sanitation bucket? How about when he spit on his fans? Perhaps the final draw for Mr. Bieber was when science discovered that he was unoriginal and sucked. There are way too many incidents of controversy surrounding the 5' 7" pop star.

Could this be this be one of the greatest Christmas presents for all non-beliebers out there?

Well, sadly, maybe it’s not the case. Beiber assured his many Beliebers that he would remain in their lives forever.

Some speculate that Bieber posted these tweets as means to raise awareness for his “Believe” documentary. That, and, perhaps the idea of lying to your fans about retirement may just perk their interest more in wanting you to stay. That way you can just change your mind about retiring later and come back after a few months or so.

According to E! Online, Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun told Ryan Seacrest on December 18th that he wanted Justin to take a year off after his “Believe” documentary comes out.

"I'm telling him after this movie, I want him to take next year off and just take a break," Scooter said. "He can still live in the studio and work on the next album, which is what he wants to do, but I just want him to take some time to himself, so he can have that time alone cause he's been working since he was 12 years old."

Is beliebing it all a lie?

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