Justin Bieber has so many websites dedicated to him, and while many come and go, “Dirty Bieber Secrets” is one website that should go and stay gone. This is one of the newest creations concocted by a fan where you could go and post your wildest fantasies about what you would like to do with Justin. This wasn’t for the normal age group of this pop star’s fans; it was an X-rated website, where you had to be 18 to enter.
The fantasies were disgusting and even though Justin is a celebrated celebrity, he is still a 17 year-old high school kid. According to Gather, the site was taken down after it was considered a form of child pornography because the “Baby” singer is not of legal age yet. This was a distasteful website, considering the majority of Justin’s fans are tweens and young teens. Just seeing the name “Justin Bieber” would entice his young fans into entering the website, even with the “Must Be 18” disclaimer offered on the site.
Anyone over 18 should not be posting sexual fantasies about a 17 year-old kid, no matter how famous he is. This is nothing more than taking advantage of his popularity and exploiting him for personal gain. While the website would not be breaking any laws once Bieber turns 18 in March, what is the possible need for something like this?'
“Dirty Bieber Secrets” does not look like a website that will be missed, as fan’s comments point to an overwhelmingly positive response from its demise. This would make sense considering the average age of Justin’s fans. The young girls that fantasize about the teen crooner probably have visions of a first kiss in their heads and that is about as far as it goes with the girls in this age group.
Who is responsible for taking the website down? This is another controversial question floating around out there today. While there is certainly no lack of names that could have acted to get this website pulled from the Internet, like Justin Bieber’s camp, his parents, fans and of course Selena Gomez. One post suggests that it just might be Justin’s number one girl who stepped in and had the website taken down.
A recent comment about the demise of “Dirty Bieber Secrets,” says, "I am the one that reported it and got it taken down! Your welcome," and it is signed, “Un ano sin lluvia,” according to Gather. This is Spanish for “a year without rain,” which is a title of one of Selena’s albums. While Justin’s lady coming to his rescue is a romantic gesture, it was most likely the uproar, which came from everyone that prompted Tumblr to remove it.
The world does not need one more “Justin Bieber” website, especially one of this type, so here’s hoping that it never returns, even after he hits the legal age of an adult.