Justin Bieber Needs A Twittervention!

The Biebs had a "rough morning" -- he said so on Twitter. We break down why he should cool it on social media for a while -- before he has a breakdown!

Someone needs to get Justin Bieber off Twitter (and while they're at it, Instagram, too). The 19-year-old has been sharing a bit too much with the world recently, and is getting himself in trouble by doing so.

Honestly, let's just blame Selena Gomez for his recent meltdown. Bieber was still showing his best colors while they were dating, but following their split, he was caught smoking pot, proving he is an innocent no more. Eventually Bieber offered a vague apology on Twitter, but that incident turned out to be just the beginning.

In the past week alone, Bieber threw a temper tantrum about his alleged "worst birthday" and angered his fans by arriving late to his performance at the O2 Arena. In both situations, Bieber took to Twitter to lash out and then apologize to those who made him a target.

That all came before Bieber collapsed on stage March 7 during a London performance.

Bieber was quickly taken to a hospital and put in a private room to recover. What's the first thing he did when he was feeling better? Post a photo of himself shirtless to Instagram.

"getting better. thanks for everyone pulling me thru tonight. best fans in the world. figuring out what happened. thanks for the love," he tweeted.

Only 15 short hours later, Biebs was back on Twitter with a bad attitude. It seems someone woke up on the wrong side of the bed. And then took it out on the paparazzi.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We get it: Giving up your privacy in exchange for celebrity is hard -- especially when you're as famous as Justin Bieber. But come on. Someone needs to make sure this kid is in a mentally balanced state, or we're  going to have another Britney Spears situation on our hands. We're happy Spears is making a wonderful comeback, but there was a point in time when she was taking her anger out on cars with an umbrella and shaving her head that left us all concerned about what she might do next. Maybe Bieber is just having a bad week, but we don't want to see him go down the same troubled road as other famous young pop stars. A break from oversharing on social media might be a good start.

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