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Justin Bieber recently had a Believe tour concert in Cape Town and he'll have another May 12 in Johannesburg, South Africa. In between tweeting "Live life full" and sharing photos of elephants, Justin Bieber shared this photo on Instagram, writing "Beers in the Jungle."

Justin is 19, so he's too young to drink legally in the U.S., but in South Africa — along with many other countries — the legal age is 18. (In Justin's native province of Ontario, Canada, the legal age is 19.)

Still, Justin’s many "Beliebers” are usually younger than him and, to them, everything he does is cool, “sexy” and perfect. So when he's shown with beers in the jungle, hanging out with elephants, it's basically an ad. (And here we thought JB was trying to grow up and be a “gentleman” for Selena Gomez.)

It's not like he doesn't have a right to drink and have fun and enjoy his life, but why post a beer photo for his millions of fans? He has to know most of them are too young. Do you think it sends a bad message, or is that just oversensitivity?

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