Justin Bieber Brings Up The Racist Comments He Made When He Was 14, And Apologizes Again Even Though No One Asked!
What in the world. Typically, celebrities these days are doing everything they can to sweep their past mistakes under various rugs. The internet is quick to attack, and even the most “minor” offenses can end someone’s career now.
So why on Earth would Justin Bieber take it upon himself to remind everyone of racist comments he made years ago? We have no idea.
The 25-year-old singer went on his Instagram account and shared a photo that read, “STAND AGAINST RACISM” in bold letters. He then wrote in the caption…
When I was young I was uneducated and found myself saying really hurtful things not knowing the power of my words. Racism Is still very prevalent and I want to use my voice to remind we are all human being and all of EQUAL VALUE BEFORE GOD!
That’s nice and all, but man, you didn’t have to say anything at all! For those who don’t remember, when Bieber was 19, videos/audio from when he was 14 were leaked online.
In the clips, Bieber is heard saying, “Why are black people afraid of chainsaws? Run n—-r, n—-r, n—-r, n—-r, n—-r.”
He also changed the lyrics to his ‘One Less Lonely Girl’ to something far more disturbing, “One less lonely n—-r/ One less lonely n—-r/ One less lonely n—-r. If I kill you I’ll be part of the KKK.”
You forgot about all that, right? I know I did, but thanks to his recent post, it’s fresh in my mind and I’m looking at him a little differently today. Yeah, 14-year-olds make stupid jokes all the time, but why were his jokes saturated in racism? Gotta be something with his family.
In any event, thanks for reminding everyone not to be racist by reminding everyone you were once racist, Justin!