Photo Credit: Courtesy Justin Bieber/Twitter
Justin Bieber has something on his laptop that he doesn't want the world to see, but he might not have a say in the situation anymore.
Only a day after Bieber reported his laptop and cell phone stolen, the person who seemingly took them is going public. The thief goes by the Twitter handle @gexwy and seems to have created the account just to taunt our favorite 18-year-old Canadian pop star.
"Good job with the password protected @justinbieber. Weak," gexwy tweeted at around the same time Bieber reported his items stolen.
But things got real when Bieber shot back. "@gexwy no matter what you have and what you post tomorrow i know my fans wont leave me. screw it. #toostrong," he posted.
Whoa. Just what is on these videos?! Bieber has something of a rabid fanbase, so it would have to take something pretty extreme for them to write him off. A sex tape doesn't seem quite so scandalous in today's day and age -- and most of his fans stuck by him when he was accused of impregnating Mariah Yeater last year. So unless there are videos of Bieber complaining about how terrible his fans are, we don't think he should have anything to worry about. Right?
Gexwy doesn't seem to think so. The thief has already posted two YouTube videos from the files on Bieber's computer, neither of which is so bad. One shows a younger Bieber looking at his fans outside while another shows him pulling a prank on one of his crewmembers. Gexwy promises that there's more to come.
In response to Bieber brushing him (or her) off, gexwy replied: "Haha. that is what u think. we will see tomorrow at NOON. last chance."
The person also tweeted about direct messages that Bieber had sent him -- presumably trying to work out a deal. But apparently the singer did not meet gexwy's demands.
"TOMORROW. u've been warned. should of listened @justinbieber," the Twitter user added. "And the rest of u can just shutup. u have no idea what i have and when u see tomorrow u will feel different."
And if all this weren't strange enough, Bieber began posting links to every site covering the story on Friday morning with the hashtag #noon -- which leads us to believe that Gawker's theory that this is all one big publicity stunt just might be true. They've deduced that this is the prank-loving star's way of premiering his new music video for "Beauty and a Beat."
If you're curious what the truth is, you don't have long to wait!