Justin Bieber was “caught” eating a burrito on a bench. He was eating it from the middle, instead of from one of the ends, and people ran with the story. But it may not even be the singer. The hat and sweatshirt look different from items he’s worn in the past, as does the hair and eyebrows of the burrito eater. You be the judge. Justin Bieber is the subject of a massive internet mystery: Did he or did he not eat a burrito from the middle? The 24-year-old singer was allegedly spotted chowing down on a burrito while sitting on a park bench. While that’s not a problem, the image caused a frenzy online, because (maybe) Bieber chose to eat the burrito from the middle instead of starting with either end. People had some thoughts online. And it’s even becoming a meme. But the images may not even be Bieber INSIDER was sent an email Wednesday night from a person named Jonas Pratt with the subject line, “You won’t believe how Justin Bieber eats his burrito.” The email included three images and Jonas wrote, “Thought you’d have a laugh at this. This sequence of pictures is the best thing… Read full this story
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