There’s Another Video Of Justin Bieber Using The N-Word, So It’s A Good Thing He Isn’t Racist
So apparently there's yet another video of Justin Bieber using the n-word making the rounds, and in this one, he also references joining the Ku Klux Klan. Bonus! Plus twelve racism points!
Considering that this is the second video in as many days to show a young Justin proudly using racial slurs on camera, you might be starting to come to the conclusion that he's a racist little shit. But don't do that! Because as his dutiful fans pointed out as they eagerly leapt to his defense yesterday, Justin can't possibly be racist, because he has black friends. Can't believe we missed that! I feel like such an idiot, trying to judge this kid on ACTUAL THINGS THAT CAME OUT OF HIS MOUTH.
This new video hasn't been officially released yet, but according to a source at The Sun who's seen it, it's twenty four seconds long, and in it, Justin changes the words of his 2009 song ‘One Less Lonely Girl' (which coincidentally was written by his mentor, Usher) to ‘One Less Lonely Nigger'. Charming. In it, he supposedly giggles as he references killing and expresses an interest in joining the KKK, all things that are totally acceptable to do, just as long as you've been photographed with twenty or more black people in your life, a quota that Justin has more than achieved!
It's unclear when the clip was filmed, but The Sun alleges that it was after Bieber had been signed by the Raymond Braun Media Group ‘and was a rising child star'. In it, he's wearing a dark blue shirt and a dog tag, sitting down as he single-handedly destroys his own career. Because according to a source, this is far from an isolated incident. We've already seen one video of Justin showing his true colors with that racist chainsaw joke, and apparently there's a lot more where that came from.
“Unfortunately this is the devastating reality of how Justin has behaved and reveals his attitude toward such a deeply emotive subject. People need to see this. Normal kids in society do not make these kind of jokes. He is protected by a network of staff, but the camera doesn’t lie. This is the real Justin.”
Great. Can't wait to see it and find out how his fans plan on explaining this one away. I'm betting they re-use those same tired excuses about Justin being young, which is funny because in his official apology yesterday he claimed to be an adult. Can't have it both ways, buddy. And by the way, do you think he'll release a new canned ‘I'm sorry' speech or just stick with the same one his team already came up with? AH, DECISIONS.
Be kind and loving. It is a great way to live
— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) June 3, 2014
How the eff would you know.