It now appears that the thief has not only started posting private videos from the laptop on YouTube, but they have set up a Twitter account seemingly for the specific purpose of taunting Beiber and his hordes of fans – affectionately known as Beliebers.
The person who has confessed to taking the laptop and camera from Justin’s manager’s office whilst he was on stage in Tacoma sent Justin a message on Twitter, taunting him for the lax security that he had on his laptop. Using the Twitter name ‘@gexwy’, he messaged the ‘Baby’ singer to say “Good job with the password protected @justinbieber. weak.” To prove his point, he posted links to a couple of YouTube videos, E! Online report. One of them showed a young-looking Bieber, pulling back the blinds to reveal a hoard of screaming fans outside. In another, he appears older, messing around backstage with some friends, pouring what looks to be some kind of supplement powder on a sleeping member of his road crew.
The apparent thief @gexwy has threatened to post something online today (October 12, 2012) that will truly upset Justin and his followers (as if he’s not upset enough already!). Bieber’s putting up a strong front and tweeted him to say “@gexwy no matter what you have and what you post tomorrow i know my fans wont leave me. screw it. #toostrong” but the thief simply replied to him and “haha. that is what u think. we will see tomorrow at NOON. last chance.” We’re all on tenterhooks here to see exactly what this guy has in his possession. The mind boggles.