Justin Bieber is determined not to make a comeback on Instagram for he thinks Instagram is for the devils in hell. Justin knows his fans are waiting to see his selfies and pictures on Instagram but he defies it all in his concert on Tuesday night.

During a music concert in London on November 29, Justin asked his fans, "Who thinks I should get my Instagram back?" and received an ear-piercing response from his fans. Then he made the news-making remark, "Instagram is for the devil. I think Hell is Instagram. I'm like 90 percent sure." And he scrapped all the hopes into the bin with his heartbreaking reply.

Bieber finds the online mobile photo and video sharing and social networking service as 'hell' saying, "We get sent to hell and we get locked in the Instagram server. I'm stuck in the DMs. I'm trying to climb my way out and I can't." However, we are totally unaware of the reason why the singer, once an active member of Instagram, has now stood completely against it. Bieber's Instagram pictures, mainly funny, were quite sought-after and liked by his fans and after he quit the online service there were many requests by his fans to rejoin so that they could rejoice in seeing their icon's everyday pictures.

Earlier this month, Selena Gomez, Bieber's ex-girlfriend made a similar plea against social media. During her speech at the American Music Awards she said: "I don't want to see your bodies on Instagram. I want to see what's in here," she said putting her hand to her heart. "I'm not trying to get validation, nor do I need it anymore." One can, however, see sheer coincide or none at all in their remarks but both of them surely seem to be sailing on the same anti-Instagram boat.

Canadian singer Justin Bieber was introduced in the music world by Usher at the tender age of 14 and has earned his big success and name thanks to his passionate fans. His videos receive millions of YouTube views and he is among Twitter's most-followed and his tracks always find a place among the success charts.