This Leitrim Farmer's Theory About Justin Bieber's 'Love Yourself' Will Blow Your Mind

This Leitrim Farmer's Theory About Justin Bieber's 'Love Yourself' Will Blow Your Mind

With news breaking this morning that Justin Bieber will play the 3Arena on 1 November next year, Farmer Willy Hegarty from Carrigallen Co Leitrim has come out in condemnation of the singer, saying his songs have hidden meanings.

In the biggest ulterior messages scandal since The Da Vinci Code's interpretation of the Bible, Farmer Willy maintains that he spotted a underlying theme throughout Bieber's hit single 'Love Yourself.'

Speaking exclusively to a bullock in his slatted shed, Farmer Willy said:

The whole 'Love Yourself' song seems like a romantic number on the face of it but it is in its shite.

If you listen closely it seems Bieber is actually fed up of this young one because she's a stuck up aul so and so.

After serenading the bullock with the lyrics, to give it a better understanding of the ongoing themes in the song, Farmer Willy made an outrageous and mind-blowing claim:

I think when he says 'Love Yourself,' he really means 'Fuck Yourself.' Think about it. It make way more sense.

"Cause if you like the way you look that much
Oh, baby, you should go and fuck yourself
And if you think that I'm still holdin' on to somethin'
You should go and fuck yourself.''

See what I mean?

When contacted by The Sliced Pan for his thoughts on this crazy theory, John Travolta was both shocked and confused.


Well there you have it. Farmer Willy says that even if what he believes is true that is should not take away from what is an album full of 'banging tunes' and he for one will be looking to buy a ticket to the 3Arena show when they go on sale on 17 December.

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Mark Farrelly
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Cavan bureau chief. Former Miss World 1997 contestant.

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