Justin Bieber Accused of Bullying a Child After Weird Comment on JoJo Siwa's New Car

The YouTube star looks psyched over her new customized BMW, which she dubs 'the best Christmas gift,' but it appears that the Canadian heartthrob doesn't seem to think so.

AceShowbiz - Justin Bieber is wrapping up 2018 with a new feud. The "Sorry" hitmaker left some shady comments on JoJo Siwa's recent Instagram pic in which the 15-year-old YouTube star flaunted her new car.

JoJo shared on the photo-sharing platform a picture of her "best Christmas gift," a new customized BMW which has her face and "Nickelodeon's JoJo Siwa D.R.E.A.M. The Tour" written on it. JoJo looked psyched over the gift, but it appears that the Canadian heartthrob doesn't seem to think so.

The "Despacito" singer had to be the party pooper and popped the bubble. Commenting on West Coast Custom's Instagram post of JoJo's pic, the 24-year-old wrote, "Burn it." As if one comment wasn't enough, the Biebz left three comments with the same words on the post.

Fans quickly slam the husband of Hailey Baldwin as one Twitter user called out him and tweeted, "I'm still choking at the fact that Justin said burn it, about the jojo car. Justin stop bullying a child." Twitter users were not the only one who found Justin's comment bizarre as JoJo's mom, Jessalyn Siwa, jumped in her daughter's defense and replied to Justin, "Burn your own things."

JoJo herself also responded to Justin's comment, saying that burning her car was "not the best idea." The "Boomerang" singer later tweeted a meme of Ariana Grande looking down at her fingernails along with the caption, "What y'all mad about today?" She quoted it and replied, "Burn it."

Not stopping there, she went on making fun of Justin's comment by sharing another photo of her and her new car. This time, though, she was joined by a cutboard of young Justin. "burn it," the former "Dancing Mom" star simply captioned the snap.

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Justin then took to Twitter to clarify his comment, saying that he's not against the YouTube star. "It was the car and the colors I didn't like I really hope you didn't think it was malicious or mean spirited," he explained.

JoJo has yet to comment on Justin's explanation, but it seems like the feud has ended.

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