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This Justin Bieber bot saw 3 million messages in its first 2 weeks

A bot inspired by Canadian pop star Justin Bieber has sent and received more than 3 million message since its launch about two weeks ago, according to bot creator Sequel. Launched Sept. 29, it’s already one of the most popular bots ever made by Sequel, an early partner to the Kik third party platform with […]
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