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Justin Bieber Caught Telling Yet Another N-Word Joke

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Justin Bieber seems to be making headlines for the wrong reasons…again. Another video of Bieber has surfaced, and this time, he is shown singing a parody of his own song entitled “One Less Lonely Girl.”

In the video, Bieber sang about the KKK. He replaced the lyrics of his song, and sang, “If I kill you/ I’ll be part of the KKK. There’ll be one less lonely n****.” The video was said to be taken when The Biebs was just 14 years old.

“There’ll Be One Less Lonely N—–” By Justin Bieber 

According to reports, the video has already been viewed 203 million times on YouTube. Just this week, another video came out with Bieber telling a racist joke. Bieber apologized and said, “I’m very sorry. I take all my friendships with people of all cultures very seriously and I apologize for offending or hurting anyone with my childish and inexcusable behavior.”

In his statement, Bieber also said that at the time the video was taken, he didn’t realize that what he said wasn’t funny and that his actions were signs of ignorance. “Now that these mistakes from the past have become public I need to apologize again to all of those who I have offended.”

In this video, Justin Bieber tells us why black people are afraid of chainsaws.

Bieber’s camp told TMZ that the Bieber wanted the video out in the public “because he wants to own what he did.”

Bieber also claimed that people have been trying to extort him over videos that have been recently leaked. He stands firm and says that he will not be shaken and he wants people to see the videos, so that he can accept responsibility for his actions.

Ever since the videos leaked, Bieber has been facing backlash from his fans. A source close to TMZ said, “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.”

Image via YouTube

Justin Bieber Caught Telling Yet Another N-Word Joke
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