Fact of the day is: he has more money than most of us ever will and there's nothing anyone can do about it. I feel kind of like the rest of you when I write fan fiction - I try to write creative spins on the material I'm using, I try to make stories that intrigue me and ignore genres that don't (pairings, OCs, inserts, romantic getaways, etc). I see other people do this very same thing, and heck, work up stories well over 100,000+ and within 3 years since that story's submittal it may have 20-40 reviews.
While a story that goes between 20,000-40,000 words that clearly had less development in comparison and was about the exciting adventures of "original character" Tinkerbell-Mary-Beena, daughter of Link and Princess Peach, that excites the "romance/adventure" field has 200-400 reviews after being uploaded for a month.
In truth, I fear that my writing just isn't good enough. Then, I realize, it is good, it's fantastic in my eyes, but it can better. But that's the whole point of reviews - which I don't get - to get feedback. And nobody on FFnet EVER wants to review an original, deep, or compelling story not about sex or love or the frolicking fapping of two yaois or two yuris. Everybody loves "hotness" in their story - it compels them. It's propelled my theory that reader audiences are shallow in mid-teen/young adult ranges: stories with "romance" or "personxperson" will automatically receive a higher turnout. And mostly of reviews "praising the story" for it's "deep storytelling" and "grasping the essence of characters that absolutely hate each other realistically".
I hate it so damn much I just want to hack FF net and delete the Naruto, Batman TDK, Arkham Asylum, and Bleach sections. And the HP and Twilight sections - the mainstream stuff gets the highest number of fangirls flocking to it. Fuck, I want to to tear down the whole site and make sure it never gets back up off the ground easy. Force everyone to return to cheap magazine covers for their "gossip/crossover kink" and get out of my fan fiction buisness.
But fan fiction was not, and never will be, coined as my buisness. It's not my site either. So I just grudgingly keep writing even though I know (and recognize) those like me who suffer under fan fiction's stereotype of being surrounded by girly, horny, or otherwise unoriginal authors who defend their right to pair whoever they desire as their "first stories" or simply denoting a "review" from a stroke of their ego "hi great story plz continue" etc.
That's the kind of the way my writing connects with this massive Justin Bieber hate; I do sympathize with you all but face it, you're all being trolled. And half of you, no, all of you admit it. You don't like him for his money, his popularity, and his name. Some might not spread anti-Bieber jokes, but those that do simply make him even more famous.