Lisa Rinna Trolls Justin Bieber for Shading Her New Dancing Video
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Commenting on the 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star's video of her dancing to Kanye West's 'Gold Digger', the Canadian superstar writes, 'You gotta chill.'

AceShowbiz - It's a widely known fact that Lisa Rinna loves dancing so much she's not embarrassed to showcase her skill on social media. However, there are a lot of people who aren't impressed with her dance and often criticize "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star whenever she posts a dancing video on her account. The latest person to do that is Justin Bieber.

It all started after Lisa posted on Instagram a video of her busting a move to Kanye West's "Gold Digger" while sporting a nude bodysuit from Kim Kardashian's new shapewear line, Skims. While the likes of Khloe Kardashian and Kris Jenner were loving the video, the Canadian superstar was not too thrilled. "You gotta chill," Justin wrote in the comment section.

Not one to keep quiet when someone calls her out, Lisa responded by trolling the "Baby" hitmaker. She wrote, "I guess we know whose music I'll be dancing to next," heavily suggesting that she would be dancing to Justin's songs.

Many were down with the idea, throwing some song suggestions to Lisa. "YESSSS!!! Do 'Love Yourself'," a user commented, while some others told her to dance to "Sorry", "Baby" and "Overboard". Another called her "a hero we don't deserve," as someone else said, "He's just jealous that he can never have or handle a real woman like yourself! He had to say that so his stick wife wouldn't be jealous when she caught him hitting that rewatch over and over!"

Lisa is no stranger to trolling those who criticize her dancing skill. Earlier this month, she hit back at those critics by posting a video of her dancing in a rainbow-colored bikini and a cowboy hat while Billie Eilish's "Bad Guy" was playing in the background. She captioned the clip, "Encore Duh. I love how this pisses so many of you off."

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