Justin Bieber

I layed it up al he needed to do was slam it home and guy failed epically

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@zarza_marcial

Magnífico

@karyyyyyyyyy

THIS IS EPIC!?! But 21mill likes for this clip is even crazier, tho 🤣🤣🤣😜

@wendyndeli

He said if in Spanish idiots

@niashasawyers

A concept . Everyone sing the theme song in their language 🌎

@klecelc

Hahahahahhaha ❤️

@cheshirekkat

Bob Esponja!

@thebieberheart

Ahhaha omg😂👌🏻

@_my.safe.haven_

@a.valencia707 That makes so much sense!!!😂😂😂 Thanks now i know😂😂

@a.valencia707

@_aphrodite.wifey_ "bob esponja" lmao it's the Spanish version

@a.valencia707

He said it in Spanish lmao

@pinkybrewtz

But thats how the theme song goes in spanish.. 😢

@olborys

🤮🤮

@olborys

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@the_crazy_belieber_

bhaaaahahhah ur cute 🤣🤣🤣🤣❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

@holyhalfwitit

@silver_moon73 yeah i figured that out by reading the comments a while ago. Thanks tho

@silver_moon73

@holyhalfwitit it's "Bob Esponja". Esponja (roughly 'ess-pohn-HA') is Spanish for sponge - literally Sponge Bob. American TV shows have versions in other languages.

@silver_moon73

@just.a.regular_guy nah, just replied in Spanish where he's Bob Esponja - esponja (roughly pronounced 'ess-pohn-HA') = sponge. He said "¡Bob Es - pohn - ha!" because that's the theme song in Spanish. Google it. :) No fail, that's why his timing was right on.

@silver_moon73

@badassashley2011 you speak Spanish when you're high?! Cool!! He was replying how the song is in Spanish, where's he's called "Bob Esponja" - esponja (roughly 'ess-pohn-HA')= sponge.

@silver_moon73

@eatdaily exactly. Esponja = sponge in Spanish. The SquarePants part doesn't translate so well, I've always guessed.

@silver_moon73

@silver_moon73 *that they might not be in... Or the person just speaks Spanish.

@silver_moon73

@_ashton_yeater_ RIGHT?! Apparently nooo idea that people speak other languages, and American TV shows are translated into them... 🙄

@silver_moon73

@rachelasauer it's "Bob Esponja". Esponja (roughly 'ess-pohn-HA') is Spanish for sponge - literally Sponge Bob. Sad that most aren't considering they're not in the US or other English-majority country, and that American TV shows have versions in other languages.

@liuweiwei147

海绵宝宝啊哈哈哈

@circuitous_sam

@al_literation I just love that Justin is like “ah...nah”

@al_literation

@circuitous_sam you know......he tried

@samardeep_kaur

?????????????????????????????

@fly_xxhunter

Y’all idiots he said it in Spanish

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