Justin Bieber's "Hold Tight" Video Is Actually Sort of Skeezy, If You Think About It
I had been hoping that I would be able to get through this Friday without thinking about Justin Bieber at all during the day, but, turns out, I was just being naïve — there's no way to get through any day without Justin Bieber coming up in some form, because that is the world we live in, and we all just have to accept that. Whether he's riding a segway with Selena Gomez in LA or posting about a new video on his Twitter, there's no escaping the Biebs. This time, the reasoning for discussing his existence just so happens to do with the latter: In honor of New Year's Day (I guess?), Justin Bieber's "Hold Tight" video was tweeted out by the singer, and it's a compilation video of him serenading a series of crying female fans on stage (which, yes, is the song that has the lyrics, "Not to mention, that thing is swollen").
According to The Huffington Post, he's apparently singing "One Less Lonely Girl" to the girls in the audience, so I guess it makes sense why he's pulling random girls to sing to them on stage while they wear flower crowns that kind of look like something you'd make someone wear just before you're going to sacrifice them to the Gods. He's making them less lonely! What a humanitarian. What a gent.
"Some fun for you on New Years," Bieber tweeted, along with the video. "Hold tight meets Ollg." For the uninitiated, "Ollg" stands for "One Less Lonely Girl," of course.
If you're interested, you can check out the video below.