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Definitive Proof That Justin Bieber Has A Long Lost Twin Brother

THE SECOND COMING HATH ARRIVED. BIEBER 2.0 IS HERE!

1. Meet Robin Vereccas, an 18 year-old from Belgium:

2. He’s a self-described Belieber who looks EXACTLY like the Biebs:

3. Both Justin and Robin were born in 1994, which only means one thing: they are long lost twins.

4. Here’s some proof…

5. Robin Vereccas wearing a backwards snapback:

6. Justin Bieber wearing a backwards snapback:

7. Robin Vereccas walking while wearing a red hat and sweatpants:

8. Justin Bieber walking while wearing a red hat and sweatpants:

9. Robin Vereccas looking like he just smelled something really gnarly:

10. Justin Bieber looking like he just smelled something really gnarly:

11. Bieber on the left, Robin on the right:

OR IS IT THE OTHER WAY AROUND?!?!?!? (No, no it’s not.)

12. Not sold yet? Well… let’s play a little game I like to call…

13. GUESS THE FOREHEAD WRINKLES!!!

Image by John Gara
  1. 1. Justin Bieber's or Robin Vereccas' forehead wrinkles?
    1. Justin!
    2. Robin!
  2. 2. Justin Bieber's or Robin Vereccas' forehead wrinkles?
    1. Justin!
    2. Robin!
  3. 3. Justin Bieber's or Robin Vereccas' forehead wrinkles?
    1. Justin!
    2. Robin!
  4. 4. Justin Bieber's or Robin Vereccas' forehead wrinkles?
    1. Justin!
    2. Robin!
  5. 5. Justin Bieber's or Robin Vereccas' forehead wrinkles?
    1. Justin!
    2. Robin!
  6. 6. Justin Bieber's or Robin Vereccas' forehead wrinkles?
    1. Justin!
    2. Robin!

15. There you have it. We can only hope that the two are finally reunited someday.

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