Justin Bieber to be blamed for Iceland’s Fjadrárgljúfur canyon being closed to visitors; DETAILS INSIDE

I Don't Care singer Justin Bieber is being blamed for Fjadrárgljúfur canyon in Iceland being closed to visitors. Read below to know why Justin's music video for I'll Show You was responsible for this drastic decision.
Justin Bieber had shot the music video for his hit single, I'll Show You, at Iceland’s Fjadrárgljúfur canyon.Justin Bieber had shot the music video for his hit single, I'll Show You, at Iceland’s Fjadrárgljúfur canyon.
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Back in November 2015, Justin Bieber released the music video for his hit single, I'll Show You, from his album Purpose. In the music video, Justin was seen running around Iceland’s gorgeous Fjadrárgljúfur canyon. This prompted many Beliebers to visit the spot and the restrictions were neglected by them. According to Associated Press, it looks like Bieber is to blame for the canyon being closed to visitors. According to a ranger, the landscape is unable to sustain any more visitors.

Environment Minister Gudmundur Ingi Gudbrandsson stated that the blame can't entirely go on Bieber but famous and influential celebrities have to consider the consequences of their actions. "Rash behavior by one famous person can dramatically impact an entire area if the mass follows," Gudmundur added. Justin's music video has received a whopping 444 million views so far and counting. In the video, Bieber is seen stomping on the mossy vegetation, his feet dangling over a cliff and also bathing in the freezing river, which is underneath the sheer walls of the canyon.

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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In Justin's defense, Gudbrandsson did say that the canyon did not have rope fences and designated paths to inform Bieber what was allowed and what was not. Over a million people have visited the canyon since JB released the music video and this has left a very deep scar on its vegetation.

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It's interesting to note that the last season of Game of Thrones had some sequences which were shot at the canyon along with the Skógar waterfall and the Svínafells glacier.

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