Justin Bieber upset over Google photos that remind him of his 'unhealthy' state

By Ellen James November 21, 2020
Justin Bieber upset over Google photos that remind him of his 'unhealthy' state

Justin Bieber is upset by the photos that appear on Google when fans search for his name.

The Baby singer recently took to his Instagram stories and expressed his concern over a video where he shared his Google search. To his dismay, the search showed photos were from the red carpet premiere of his YouTube documentary back in January 2020.

“I don’t know what the algorithm is for why certain photos come up, but this is so frustrating considering that I took a lot of time to get healthy and I feel as though people try to legitimately sabotage me,” Justin said in the video.

The photos saddened the singer because he was very ill at that particular event. Sharing how traumatic that time was for him, Justin told fans he wishes those pictures left him alone for good.

“This was a time where I was really unhealthy. I was battling Lyme disease, right? All of the top photos are me looking dishevelled, right? I was obviously going through a tough time, but it’s like, these are the photos that the media tries to run with,” Justin continued.

Justin met with Lyme disease back in January. The illness is a severe condition where the patient can suffer from fever, rash, joint pain, fatigue, and neurological problems.

“I don’t know if they do it because they try to… there are so many new photos that I’ve serviced to the media and they continue to use these photos. So it’s like, what’s the deal? I don’t know.” “It’s frustrating me. I wish they would change it. I’ve asked them to change it. I’ve done a lot of photoshoot since then and yeah, they don’t have to put these photos, but they do. I don’t know why. I mean, look at my skin now. There are so many photos they can choose,” he concluded.

Reports suggest that Justin had a very hard time battling the disease and often suffered from anxiety and depression. The illness affected his brain function, energy, and overall health.