Justin Bieber used to ALWAYS be in people's bad books for something or other, but having turned over a new leaf and grown up a bit for 2016, Biebs has managed to keep on everyone's good side for ages. HOORAY.
Until now that is - because Justin has unfortunately gone and landed himself in trouble yet again – although this time it's with an 11 year old boy who's telling him off for using bad grammar in his songs.
The unnamed boy (who's apparently in Year 6 so very errr.. advanced for his age, ahem) has written a letter to Justin after studying punctuation and grammar for SATs tests, only to find that the lyrics to 'Boyfriend' are technically WRONG.
Apparently, Biebs' lyrics feature the incorrect use of the subjunctive mood, whatever that is.
The letter, which was posted by the boy's teacher on Facebook, has now gone viral, telling Justin: "If current performers such as Beyonce can write a song using the subjunctive mood correctly, so must you."
"In the song, you can be heard – on a number of occasions – stating 'If I was your boyfriend': here you have clearly used the subjunctive mood incorrectly.
"The correct lyrics should, in fact, be 'If I were your boyfriend'."
The boy goes on to SLAY Justin all over the show, insisting: "I find it incredibly disappointing that you are unable to follow what is considered to be the basics of the English language."
CRIKEY. Let's not mention the fact we've got no bloody clue what the subjunctive mood actually is… Let's have a chat about this lol letter, we're on Twitter @Sugarscape.
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