Justin Bieber seems to have accidentally tweeted his mobile phone number on Twitter but fans (obviously) can't believe what they now have in possession. The pop singer took to Twitter on Monday saying, "Had to change it. Hit me at +505 5853 1341. I'm on WhatsApp too." The tweet looks more like a text he was sending to someone but accidentally posted on social media.
Bieber tweeted the details to his 10.5 million fans who went into a frenzy mode. The tweet was deleted within 10 minutes but Twitterverse already had screenshots of it. We are not sure if the tweet was just an accident or a hacker's attempt trying to leak Bieber's details. The singer hasn't posted any confirmation on what really went wrong until now. Whatever be it, Beliebers were in shock and couldn't believe their luck. Does Hailey Baldwin Bieber Snoop On Husband Justin Bieber's phone? The Model Answers!
And fans ensured the number was further circulated on social media:
Wait, so Justin Bieber really tweeted his number?
He deleted the tweets 😂 pic.twitter.com/Ib73OpJn8F
— Vicky ✨ (@vicky_mx16) December 24, 2018
Check out Justin's tweet shared by his fans:
Justin Bieber's number leaked and I just had to do this pic.twitter.com/TWQ3nJNgoW
— merry hoe 🎅🏽 (@hauxofdemi) December 24, 2018
And quite naturally people starting sending messages to that number on WhatsApp:
justin bieber accidentally tweeted his phone number so we added him to the group chat pic.twitter.com/T3rx5r0KTM
— charlie simmonds (@charliesimmondz) December 24, 2018
While Bieber's fans want to believe it is his number, we are not sure if it is his number after all. The code +505 is used to make international calls to Nicaragua from the United States. The area code 505 is for regions of New Mexico. Or maybe Justin just thought to have a little joke with his friends.
In a similar incident, Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn shared the mobile number of his wife Kajol on Twitter. His tweet read, "Kajol not in country.. co-ordinate with her on WhatsApp 98*******0." Soon the actress started receiving messages on her WhatsApp number and pretty much amounted to harassment. While everyone thought it was an accident, it was later revealed that the tweet was part of the promotions for her then-forthcoming movie Helicopter Eela. Ajay Devgn in a tweet clarified that it was a prank and the number was fake.