North Korea won the vote of 659,141 users, besting over Israel which landed second with 624,803 votes. Despite the high number, it is unlikely that any of the votes came from within the secretive communist nation given the fact that almost all of its citizens are denied Internet access and there are restrictive controls over all media.
It will be hard for Justin to perform there as well. According to BBC News, a spokesman for the country's Embassy in London has confirmed that "any application for 16-year-old Bieber to tour would be dealt with by its mission to the United Nations, although the matter would be referred to Pyongyang."
This is not the first time Justin fell victim to a prank by 4Chan, one of the top groups known for pulling off plotted pranks. In June, it has asked its members to search the term "Justin Bieber Syphilis" to make it the #1 searched phrased on Google. By midnight, it was at the top of Google's "Hot Searches" for the United States.
4Chan wasn't the only one making the "Baby" hitmaker a subject of jokes on the Internet. Over the weekend, Justin's You Tube videos were hacked, redirecting users to adult websites or triggering pop-up messages saying that Justin had died in a car crash. Google was quick to temporarily suspended commenting on videos and issued a statement, "We took swift action to fix a cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability."