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Clad in a white polo shirt, Justin appeared in jovial spirits as he was pictured at one point enjoying break on the green with his pals.
Nikki Goldstein claims those who appear the most attached and interested in promoting their relationship online are often battling insecurities or having problems with their significant other.
She told Daily Mail Australia posting online is often more about other people's reactions than sharing happy moments with one's partner.'In my job, I get to see what people post, but I also get to hear what goes on behind the scenes in those same relationships,' she explained.'But as I look through my Facebook feed, everybody seems to tell me they're so ecstatically happy.' Nikki says the trend is at its worst on Valentines Day, where people want to flaunt the gifts given to them or gestures made by their significant others.
'Often it's the people who post the most who are seeking validation for their relationship from other people on social media,' she said.
Speaking to the feisty crowd dressed in a sky-blue jumper and black shorts, he said: 'I can't do Despacito.
I don't even know it.'Despite his honest admission, an angered fan appeared unhappy with his response, chucking an object at the Canadian popstar's head in frustration.