March 19, 2013
On Justin Bieber’s birthday, every girl in the world decided to make a new trend on Twitter called “#OperationMakeBieberSmile”. It was at this time that I became very disappointed in the world. I don’t know the whole story, but apparently Bieber had paparazzi taking photos of him and he stopped smiling to the world, simultaneously upsetting 34 million people in the world.
When I say every girl in the world, I really mean it. It seemed as though the world was ending because this famous pop singer had a bad birthday. The only humor I found in this incident was all of the girls who wished Justin Bieber a happy birthday were actually young. Way too young, enough that they were all “off limits” to him.
What killed me the most was when I saw someone tweet that it
“was not easy being famous” and that he suffers “such a hard life.” Do I know what Justin Beiber goes through on a daily basis? No, but on the other hand, I also cannot make quick money like he can with my “amazing” vocal skills.
Next time I have a bad birthday, I expect every each and every one of my closest 34 million fans to try to make me smile, if not because I am just that important, but at the very least, because no one should have a bad birthday.