“Covid is still going on. Like, a crazy thing is going on.”
Singer-songwriter Justin Bieber conducted a live Instagram session and questioned a TikTok star on Indian people wearing face masks.
During the live session, the singer interacted with Riyaz Aly.
Riyaz joined the singer’s live session for a little chat and this video caused a frenzy among his fans.
The moment Riyaz joined Justin, they both exchanged pleasantries and asked each other how they were doing.
Fans even got to see a little fanboy moment as Riyaz went gaga over his music.
During the discussion, TikTok star Riyaz Aly joined him to interact about the ongoing Covid-19 crisis in India.
The Canadian pop sensation joined from his home in the US and discussed situations pertaining to the ongoing pandemic.
A video shared on Instagram, on November 21, 2020, gave a glimpse into the interaction.
Justin asked: “What’s Covid looking like over there?”
In reply to Justin, he responded: “Covid is still going on. Like, a crazy thing is going on.”
When the singer asked if people are wearing masks, Riyaz replied in the affirmative.
Justin exclaimed: “Damn.”
Several fans were excited to see the two stars interacting in the live session.
They were quick enough to express their reactions in the comments space under the post.
One user wrote: “Without a filter, Riaz looks so chocolaty.”
Another expressed: “Omg he is talking to Justin Bieber wahh.”
A third individual commented: “Just wow scene.”
Riyaz Aly is an Indian TikTok star, fashion blogger, model and actor.
He is well known for his lip-sync TikTok videos with a following of 26 million fans.
Justin Bieber’s recent track ‘Monster’ collaborating with Shawn Mendes launched recently.
This is the maiden collaboration of the two popular song artists.
Both the musicians have spoken of the pedestals of fame and pitfalls.
Though their approaches are largely distinguished, they focus on their fears of fame and success and confronting their demons.
The song is part of Shawn’s upcoming studio album, Wonder, releasing on December 4, 2020.
Directed by Colin Tilley, the official music video of ‘Monster’ is produced by Jack Winter.
Justin Bieber and Shawn penned the lyrics with Daniel Caesar, Frank Dukes, and Mustafa, the Poet.
Prior to the pandemic, the singer planned a world tour to celebrate the launch of the album.
However, considering the circumstances, and with the deepest concern for all those being affected, Justin Bieber announced that he is postponing all his 2020 concerts.
He even released a statement on Twitter where he did not mention the rescheduled dates of his concerts but the pop singer asked his fans to hold on to their tickets.