On Saturday, Justin Bieber sent out a curious tweet that read: "Everyone call me 248-417-5346 or text." Although, JB deleted the message shortly after, fans flooded the number with calls and texts, only the phone number was not Justin's.
The digits belong to a Detroit teen named Kevin Kristopik, who reportedly hacked into the Twitter account of Justin's best friend, Ryan Butler, so that he could snag the Canadian superstar's phone number. According to the hacker's dad, Kevin then texted Justin, which is how the singer got his number and was able to tweet it to his 4.5 million followers.
"I kind of meddled into his life a little bit," Kevin said. "He decided to take revenge on me." The Detroit native claims he received 26,000 texts and even posted a YouTube video of all the incoming calls and messages.
Kevin has since changed his number and deleted his Twitter account, but before doing so, he sent several tweets about it on Sunday. "Thanks for giving out my # @justinbieber," he wrote. He also added: "I never asked for it, @justinbieber is a d***. I still like him, but this was so low."
What do you think of Justin's revenge move? Do you think he was out of line or did the hacker get what he deserved? Did you call or send a text to the number when you saw Justin tweet it? Watch Kevin's YouTube video below and let us know what you think in the comments.
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