Justin Bieber wasn’t nominated for a Grammy this year, but he was still going to have a good night with his fans … until he broke the Internet.
Justin tweeted on February, 9, “I'm gonna do an hour live video stream tomorrow at 8 est I'm gonna play some new music and answer questions send this to ur friend :)”
However, on Sunday night, Justin issued a series of tweets about technical issues:
• “livestream is over capacity it not letting me in the room give me a second lol”
• “alright so livestream isnt working.. soo im gonna figure something out"
• “since nothing is working and im super upset i feel i gotta make it up to u. i should post a new song on twitter so you can still be excited“
• “really now ustream is over capacity my fans are amazing but this is frustrating” — he included a photo of an error message and a “this is stupid” note.
He also shared the photo shown, writing, “Never been so frustrated.”
But he was able to post a little Telly video, apologizing that things didn't work — explaining that he’s on vacation, along with his little brother and sister, and he’s using slow Internet. But he shared a portion of a song anyway. Lesson of the night: The Internet doesn’t care if you’re rich or poor, famous or obscure, it’s always going to block you right when you want to get something done.