Justin Bieber is all over the Internet. And we mean all over. But now a programmer has developed a tool that, when launched, blocks out any mention of the Bieb's name on the Web.
Users can install the Shaved Bieber application onto their browser, or save it as a bookmark. When the user goes to a Bieber-filled Web site, the tool blacks out all "unwanted Bieber mentions" and photos of the 16-year-old pop star on the screen.
We tried the application and it works on most mentions/photos, but it also fills the Web site you're looking at with unsightly blocks. The tool was obviously created by a Bieber hater, and while it exists as a novelty, it's really not that cool.
Unless you're looking a Bieber-specific site, the program won't catch that many references. By the same token, if there are a bunch of Bieber mentions on the site you're looking at, it's easier to just click to a new page if you don't want to read about Justin.
Recently, the Canadian singer has been receiving a bunch of backlash, including rumors he's rude to people behind the scenes. But Justin is keeping his head up high though all of it. "I know my friends, family and fans know the person I am. Hearing adults spread lies and rumors is part of the job I guess," he tweeted. "But I all I have to say is...kill em with kindness." %Poll-47157%