Yesterday, the 25-year-old songster took to his official Instagram account to post a photo of a sonogram test that appeared to be his wife's. The singer simply posted one of the first ultrasound pics that show up on google when you search 'ultrasound!'
Justin Bieber says he sincerely didn't mean to offend anyone who felt his April Fool's pregnancy prank was insensitive. But the singer says that fans are just going to have to be patient. "Honestly, not a amusing joke when millions of women are struggling with infertility and other issues of the sort".
Arie Luyendyk Jr. made a point to apologize in April 2017 after he and now-wife Lauren Burnham got heat for their own April Fools' pregnancy fake-out.
But the joke hasn't gone down well with some people. He apologised to the ones who were offended by his posts.
Main Line Fertility tweeted ahead of April Fool's Day to warn people about pranking people with pregnancy news, they said: "1 in 8 of your friends will struggle to get pregnant". "There's always gonna be people offended, there's also people who don't take jokes very well, I am a prankster and it was APRIL FOOLS".
But the truth is, Justin's seemingly innocent "joke" upset a lot of people, including his wife, who commented (in an assumingly sarcastic tone) "very amusing".
Bieber then likened the unintentional outcome of his prank to that of shoving birthday cake in his little sister's face.
The Sorry singer shared a picture of a sonogram on social media on Monday, and after fans accused him of pulling a prank he shared snaps of model Hailey cradling her stomach while surrounded by medical professionals and wrote: "If U thought it was April Fools".
"However I am just so disappointed and upset that this is the joke you would use when you expect everyone else to worry about your mental health issues".