Justin Bieber “Where Are U Now” Video Leaks, Tells Fans To “Stop Worshipping Me” — WATCH HERE!
Justin Bieber’s “Where Are U Now” video has leaked online, two days before its official release. Watch below.
The music video for the superstar’s collaboration with Jack U, otherwise known as Skrillex and Diplo, was slated to premiere on Monday. But Samsung owners received an exclusive first look at the clip, and, naturally, it’s now made its way online. All three stars have promoted the Samsung preview on social media, with Diplo already coming to its defense after some negative feedback.
The video starts with Bieber singing in a dark room, before fan-made artwork is superimposed over the singer, flashing over and over to match the dance track’s beat. At one point, one of the images flashed over Bieber reads, “STOP WORSHIPPING ME,” along with “please go out and find some worthy idols” and “read a book” (see screengrab below). When a few people questioned it on Twitter, calling it “disrespectful,” Diplo responded, “internet is disrespectful. enjoy the medium. translate the message for your self.”
One even wanted to know if this was the “real video” or if it was going to be edited again, but Diplo was adamant. “it is what it is,” he replied. “u guys made it! we love it.” Watch below, and tell us what YOU think.