Justin Bieber publicly rejected by girl he pursued on Instagram

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Justin Bieber publicly rejected by girl he pursued on Instagram

Justin Bieber has been looking for love on Instagram.

A gym employee Justin Bieber spotted on Instagram publicly rejected the superstar in an epic way!

"Who is that girl in your latest post", Justin wrote to the gym.

Justin wanted to know who the girl was, so he sent a direct message to the gym and then Jessica shared a screencap of the DMs on her Twitter account.

Fitness on Broughton in Savannah, Georgia had posted a Boomerang on Instagram earlier this week that showed Jessica posing with an energy drink can.

She also uploaded a couple of screen-grabs showing that the avatar next to Justin's messages did indeed match the one on the pop star's Instagram page.

Unfortunately for the objective singer, Jessica replied with a post which showed her cozying up to her boyfriend.

Well, it turned out the mystery woman was 22 year old Jessica Gober, who quickly found out about the inquiry - and took to social media to share it with the world.

She captioned the photo with, "I've got everything I need right here".

It emerged that she is the Dutch-born Cindy Kimberly, who was 17-years-old at the time and living in Spain. As for what Bieber is up to these days, he recently canceled the remaining dates of his 2-year-tour.

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