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John Cena Cheekily Responds To Pop Star Justin Bieber's Comic Instagram Post

Justin Bieber recently released a single named Yummy, and he has had a busy week promoting it. The song is currently topping the chart. Read to know more.

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Canadian pop star Justin Bieber recently released an album named Yummy and he has had a busy week promoting it. The song is currently topping the charts. Meanwhile, on Monday, Bieber posted a picture featuring him and WWE Superstar John Cena.

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A post shared by Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) on

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It is a meme that features a cropped photo of Justin Bieber from a recent unicycle fall that’s been reframed as a top-rope splash on John Cena. Meanwhile, the picture was used on a various number of posts in Justin Bieber’s feed, where he is seen doing the same unicycle.

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The Cenation leader quickly replied him on his Twitter handle. He wrote that there is always a lesson in every failure an individual faces. John Cena also added that maybe in this picture, the experience is 'You Didn't See Me'. He concluded the tweet by congratulating Justin Bieber on his new album.

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John Cena has been off WWE for a while. 2019 was the first year that the former WWE champion has not appeared on any PPV event since 2002. However, he made a cameo at WrestleMania 35 where he donned his old gimmick of Doctor of Thugonomics.

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