Add Justin Bieber to the list of celebrities who are seemingly not fans of the Met Gala.
The morning after the 2018 ball, the "What Do You Mean?" singer took to Instagram to share a message with his fans urging them not to "be fooled" by the "glamorous lifestyle" being shown off by the hoards of celebrities that attended the uber-exclusive event in New York City on Monday night.
"HEY WORLD," he wrote on the Notes app. "THAT GLAMOROUS LIFESTYLE YOU SEE PORTRAYED BY FAMOUS PEOPLE ON INSTAGRAM DON'T BE FOOLED THINKING THEIR LIFE IS BETTER THAN YOURS."
"I CAN PROMISE YOU IT'S NOT!" he added.
A post shared by Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) on May 8, 2018 at 9:54am PDT
Bieber, who has attended the Met Gala in years past, posted the message as he becomes increasingly vocal about the pitfalls of fame, as well as his religious views.
Back on Easter, Bieber posted a similar screenshot of an all-caps message on the Notes app that proclaimed, "JESUS HAS CHANGED MY LIFE."
"EASTER IS NOT ABOUT A BUNNY, IT'S A REMINDER THAT MY JESUS DIED ON THE CROSS FOR MY SINS AND THEN ROSE FROM THE DEAD DEFEATING DEATH," he wrote. "I BELIEVE THIS HAPPENED AND IT CHANGES EVERYTHING! I AM SET FREE FROM THE BONDAGE AND SHAME I AM A CHILD OF THE MOST HIGH GOD AND HE LOVES ME EXACTLY WHERE I AM HOW I AM FOR WHO I AM."
A post shared by Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) on Apr 1, 2018 at 12:05pm PDT
Bieber has also made headlines in recent weeks for defending Kanye West's controversial comments on Twitter and for reportedly defending a woman at Coachella by punching a man in the face.
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