(WSCR) Shortly after the Blackhawks took home Lord Stanley’s Cup, pop sensation Justin Bieber became public enemy No. 1 among Blackhawks’ faithful.
Bieber, in Chicago for a concert at the United Center, took a photo of the Cup, whilst he stood atop the famed Indian head logo in the Blackhawks locker room – a major sign of disrespect.
To get back at the pop star, three Blackhawks fans – Chris Wilkerson, Mark Wegener and Josh Kaye – had their photo taken while standing on top of a giant cutout of Bieber’s face at the team’s fan convention last weekend.
“We don’t appreciate bandwagoners,” the group said in an email to Yahoo! Sports. “When we saw Justin Bieber not only stand on the logo, but touch the cup as well, we were astonished.”
The group wanted to get a picture in front of the Cup on Bieber’s face, but after security denied their request, they decided to take another route.
So, they create a Twitter account called @StandOnBieber in the hope their idea would go viral.
“If we can’t take it in front of the cup, we will take it EVERYWHERE else!” they said.
Stand On Bieber (@StandOnBieber) July 29, 2013