Justin Bieber is the star of the hit HBO reality show, Full House.
His brother, Ryan, is the lead in the popular NBC comedy series The Voice.
He and his wife, Jillian, have a son together named Ben.
Jillian is a mother of two.
Ryan is an actor who plays in the hit music video for Rihanna’s hit song “Work,” which was released in October 2017.
He has appeared in the movies The Wolf of Wall Street and the comedy, A Million Ways to Die in the West.
Ryan Biebers Full House cast photoHe was in the cast of the HBO series Full House when the show was first announced in April 2019.
Ryan was the only cast member to appear in all 10 episodes of the show, and he was the first actor to appear on the show since the late, great John Stamos.
When Ryan was announced as the new host of the series, fans were not disappointed.
Fans were not thrilled with the news and quickly turned to social media to voice their disappointment in the new lead, and for the first time in years, the Full House fandom felt the Bern.
On social media, fans took to Twitter and Instagram to vent their frustrations.
Some of the most popular posts were directed at Ryan.
In one tweet, a fan wrote, “I think Ryan Bieberman should just resign from Full House,” while another wrote, “@RyanBieberman, Your career has taken a nosedive, and you are just a walking, talking, fake star.”
Ryan responded to fans on Twitter, writing, “What is your problem?
Are you so narcissistic that you think the show is your job?
If you are not a star then why are you here?
Why are you in Full House?
It’s all about your ego.
Do you think that if you did not appear in the show that you would not get a second chance?
You do realize how long you’ve been a part of the family?
If this were any other show, Ryan would have been fired.
You are so narcissistic, Ryan.
This is what makes you a star.
You deserve it.
The rest of us are just like you.”
Ryan has since addressed the negativity and shared his perspective on social media.
“I am sorry.
It was never my intention to hurt anyone.
I want to apologize to my fans, to the cast and crew and to the entire Full House family,” Ryan wrote.
“There is no malice, and no malicious intent behind my tweets.
I am truly sorry.
I can only be so honest.”
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