Justin Bieber avoids Youtube over negative comment
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Teen pop star Justin Bieber refuses to read comments about his videos on Youtube because negative remarks make him feel sad.
The singer's track 'Baby' became the first-ever promo to pass 800 million views on the website last year, but Bieber, 19, said he hates seeing users' views on his work, reported Daily Star.
"My Twitter is really nice. I have so many fans that I rarely ever see a nasty tweet. I don't read Youtube comments because those can get you sad.
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