The Instagram Chick That Justin Bieber Was Thirsting Over Has Responded To His Plea To Find Her

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Yesterday, Rebecca posted about Bieber’s infatuation with a random Instagram chick, who he tasked his 47 million Instagram Beliebers with finding out her name, occupation, and social security number. I’m actually not sure what he was looking for but if someone is looking to track someone down by seeing a few Instagram pictures, you gotta expect the creepiest–even from a pop megastar.


Caption: “Omg who is this!!”

Beliebers, of course, hunted the girl down within 24 hours, because well, they’re Beliebers:

Fans soon flocked to Twitter to tell him it was supposedly a girl called Cindy Kimberly, who has a habit of posting selfies on her Instagram page.

It is unclear where she is from but her Instagram profile reads: ‘My name is Cindy and I get too excited about fictional related stuff.’

Another Instagram account, this time private, under the name ‘wolfiecindyreal’ also exists with more than 250,000 followers.

She is obviously a Justin Bieber fan as just days ago she posted a brief video to the site showing her listening to the opening seconds of the singer’s hit ‘No Sense’.

In one of her pictures an excited fan said, ‘IT’S THE JB GIRL.’(via)

“I so do not know how to deal with this but I only have Instagram and Tumblr so whatever other stuff people are finding is fake,” the 21-year-old told her 180,000 Instagram followers on Tuesday.

Now, I’m not necessarily a Bieber fan even though his latest album is objectively FIRE, but this is just a weak response. The biggest pop star on the planet publicly confesses his adoration of you, and your response is an “IDK!” Instagram post with a pink background. THAT SHIT AIN’T EVEN A PICTURE. I’m trying to wrap my head around it. Oh…this is all starting to make sense now.

She got a man. I give it 8 hours.

Cindy may have a lot of soul searching to do.

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I'm just gonna bring this iconic selfie back

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