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Justin Bieber Shaded Lisa Rinna Dancing in Shapewear and People Are Not Having It
Um, excuse us? Did Justin Bieber just tell queen Lisa, "You gotta chill"?
There are few things in this world that bring as much joy as watching Lisa Rinna's signature dancing videos. (How could Lisa busting a move while looking smokin' hot in Savage x Fenty lingerie or a bikini not bring you delight?) So, you can only imagine our disbelief when we learned that Justin Bieber may have just thrown some serious shade at The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills mom ovwe this.
Now, before we get into the comment that has the RHOBH universe buzzing, let's recap a bit: Last week, Lisa shared a video of herself on Instagram jamming out to Kanye West's "Gold Digger" while sporting a nude bodysuit from Kim Kardashian West's new shapewear line, Skims (and she looked quite fabulous, if we may add).
Naturally, the clip drew in tons of positive comments praising the Beverly Hills mom.
"YES YES YES," Erika Girardi wrote.
"Omg you are so so hot!!!!!!!! I love your dance videos!!!!!!!! ?????" Khloe Kardashian commented.
However, it appears not everyone is a fan of the clip. A week after Lisa posted the video, Justin Bieber came across the video and commented, "You gotta chill." Um, excuse us? Did the "Sorry" singer just come for queen Lisa?
Whether he meant the comment in a shady manner or not, RHOBH fans are not having it.
"This feels mean. And judgmental," one user responded to the comment.
Another IG user added: "You don't tell Lisa Rinna what to do."
Naturally, the light-hearted RHOBH stunner had the best reaction to the singer's comment.
Lisa posted a screenshot of the pop star's comment on Instagram Stories and wrote, "Is this for real? I hope so!"
Lisa's daughters, Delilah Belle Hamlin and Amelia Gray Hamlin, also chimed in.
"HAHAHA," Delilah captioned a photo of the comment.
Amelia also shared the same photo and added, "I can't breathe. Why does Justin Beiber know about my mom dancing."
Never change, Lisa — and please, keep those videos coming!