Want to eliminate Justin Bieber from the web?

Pop prince Justin Bieber may have over 35 million followers on Twitter but there seems to be many more people who just can’t stand him.

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There is no stopping the baby hit maker’s musical bandwagon fuelled by the passionate fans he likes to call Beliebers despite a tumultuous week on tour in London.

One man, however, is on a mission to stop the Canadian pop star in his tracks after developing a web browser add-on that censors any mention of his name on the web.

Created by developer Greg Leuch, the Shaved Bieber even blocks out any pictures of the 19-year-old.

‘We’ve developed a series of innovative tools to help cover the lower regions of web pages from unwanted Justin Bieber content,’ he explained.

The launch of the Bieber blocker tops off a bad week for the star who has faced a barrage of criticism for showing up two hours late to his opening show at the O2.

He then collapsed on stage after suffering breathing difficulties before getting in a scuffle with paparazzi after a brief spell in hospital.


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