Once the internet rolls with something, they won't ever let it go. Unfortunately for him, it's that he and ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez are 'meant to be', despite him being married to Hailey Bieber.
Making matters worse, Justin accidentally added fuel to their fire when he was caught stalking his ex online.
Justin shared a video on his Instagram story where they were trying to make fun of the headline which read, "Justin Beiber WALKS OUT On Hailey Baldwin Who is Allegedly PREGNANT!"
They're laughing at Justin's last name spelled wrong, and the whole pregnancy joke yet again.
But fans were quick to point out on the side of the webpage, you can see a Google search history where he was watching Selena's recent Coachella performance of "Ozuna".
"It came up after my wife and I were [watching] my Coachella performance her's played right after mine because it's in the related thing...glad she did Coachella too it's great…I have [nothing] to hide I [didn't] know it was there I didn’t think twice and still don’t [‘cause I] have [nothing] to hide," he wrote in an Instagram comment.
He didn't stop there though, writing another post to correct his spelling mistakes and explain further.
"Wow Justin learn to type I hate typing on this damn iPad what I meant to say is that video of Selena singing 'Taki Taki' came up after my wife and I watched my Coachella performance. Obviously she’s gonna be in the related category, it [literally] was the next video that played...to fans and people who think I’m maliciously trying to start sh*t grow up."
But this seemed to really hit a nerve with Justin, because he STILL wasn't finished.
"Please stop reading into things so much and making something out of nothing," he wrote. "The point of the video was supposed to be funny that they were saying I walked out on Hailey and they spelled my name wrong this idea that I secretly plot on opening my history thing purposefully and zoom out just enough so you can see her name is crazy. These are real lives you guys are talking about real emotions stop acting like you know anything about anything...go to school read your books and focus on your own personal life.
"People have their own [fantasies] about how they think my life should go and make up all of these theories and use their imagination too much...this ends here will never re-engage with this but had to set the record straight once and for all. We are adults [we're] not playing games. There always gonna be something."
What a rollercoaster.