Justin Bieber is trying to shut down a website

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Justin Bieber isn't pleased with the way the media have been covering his actions lately, and one outlet has made him particularly angry.

He took to Instagram to encourage his fans to help him "shut down" a website that has been "hurtful" and "untruthful."

Let's spam and petition to shut this garbage website down

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The focus of his vengeance, Hollywood Life, is an entertainment website that targets millennial women.

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You can check out their coverage of Bieber here.

This isn't the only time recently that a highly influential person has attempted to shut down a publication.

The 22-year-old singer began his crusade against the company in the wake of Peter Thiel's battle against Gawker.

In contrast with the other media squabble, this one manifests itself on social media instead of through a lawsuit.

People are now using the hashtag #ShutDownHollywoodLife to protest the website's coverage.

Not everyone is on board, though.

Bieber's 71.5 million Instagram followers make a powerful army, but so far the website is still running.

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