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Justin Bieber's Fans Want to Kill Selena Gomez

May 29, 2011 (7:23 pm) GMT
Photos of their steamy vacation in Maui have fueled the anger of his jealous fans who sent death threats to his girlfriend via Twitter and Facebook.

For dating and smooching a boy a lot of girls all over the world are hogging on, receives death threats. Steamy photos of Selena and boyfriend vacationing in Hawaii and cavorting on the beach emerged a few days ago and many of his devoted fans are not pleased with the sight.

Justin's fan wrote on Twitter, "Selena Gomez is dangerously close to a long, slow painful death." Another wrote, "I'm gonna kill ya in the night underneath your smell bed." Bieber's power on Twitter is undeniable. He has just reached the 10 million milestone this week, possibly from the fact that his name and Selena's were trending after the photos surfaced.

The hate-Selena campaign also happened on Facebook where someone created a page titled "I hate Selena Gomez cuz she is dating my man". Around 2,000 people have signed up to the page and posted hateful comments toward Selena. One said, "If Selena Gomez breaks Justin Bieber's heart, I will break her face I will kill her without kindness."

But not all are bitter about the young couple's love. A supporting fan wrote, "Stop calling Selena ugly, cause she's not. Nobody's 'ugly'. Stop saying she stole your man, because she can't steal something you never had."

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