Justin Bieber Flaunts His Blingy Silver Teeth, But Fans Want Him To Shave His Moustache Off His Baby Face

Justin Bieber took to his Instagram to share the diamond grill on his teeth. However, looks like fans are more concerned about his moustache and they want it gone!

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Justin Bieber Flaunts His Blingy Silver Teeth, But Fans Want Him To Shave His Moustache Off His Baby Face
Popular music star Justin Bieber shot to fame at a young age with his superhit song ‘Baby’, and has enjoyed a massive following since then. Now, the music sensation has changed and grown a lot over the years and is also a married man now. He got married to Hailey Baldwin Bieber and he also recently dropped his latest track ‘Yummy’, which is his first solo song in four years. Justin has undergone a massive change from his younger days, and is often sharing personal stuff with his fans- right from his many tattoos to now, his diamond grill.

Justin Bieber took to his Instagram to share a selfie. He flaunts his new blingy teeth in the picture, showing off his diamond grill. The picture also features his moustache in a close-up, and he donned bright fuschia sweats in the picture.  He did not give a caption to the post, and while it was clear he meant for his fans to see his shiny new teeth, it was something else that had fans’ attention. Fans are more concerned about his moustache and they want him to shave it off his baby face. ALSO READ: Justin Bieber Sells Tacos To His Customers And Fans At The ‘Yummy’ Food Truck


One comment read, “Justin please shave that thing off your baby face,” another comment read, “OMG!!of being a beautiful boy now looks like an old man.” One user commented, “Justin shave ur mustache pls make it look like 2012 jb pls like if u guys agree pls." The comment got more than 76 likes, which means that a lot of people agree.

 
Image Source: Instagram/justinbieber
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