One could probably blame Justin Bieber for a lot of things.
Bizarre, yet entertaining antics? Yes.
Pop songs you can’t get out of your head? Maaaybe.
But environmental destruction? Who would’ve thought.
This is what one Iceland community is claiming after the Biebs shot his music video in the country.
According to Page Six, Bieber filmed his 2015 video “I’ll Show You” at the 2-million-year-old epic canyon Fjaðrárgljúfur. Now, ever since Bieber showcased the beautiful grounds, the area has been flooded with visitors, causing destruction of the canyon’s sheer walls, its narrow pathways and its vegetation. Things apparently got so bad the Icelandic Environmental Agency had to close it down.
IEA official Daníel Freyr Jónsson said, “This canyon was somewhat unknown… The great increase in foot traffic began after Bieber came.”
Guess it’s too late to say sorry.
You can watch the frolicking video that eventually wreaked havoc on the lands below.
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