Justin Bieber has a 2nd racist video, sings about killing black people & joining KKK

Justin Bieber

On Monday, I talked about Justin Bieber’s racist joke that was caught on video. He was 15-years-old at the time, but that in no way excuses him dropping the n-word and making little chainsaw noises. Bieber’s people issued a suspiciously well-written apology and did try to use age as an excuse. Not buying it.

Now there’s a second video, which is exclusive to the Sun. (Update: You can now watch it at TMZ.) The clip shows Justin changing the words to his 2009 song, “One Less Lonely Girl,” into “One Less Lonely N—.” The song turned into a tune about killing black people. He also cracks a joke about joining the Ku Klux Klan.

*drops mic*

Let’s see how Team Swag tries to weasel out of this one. TMZ says Bieber was “the victim” of a millon dollar shakedown over these videos. I guess someone had a copy of Bieber’s personal hard drive where he stored these videos (wtf), and they wanted $1 million not to sell them to the Sun. Bieber’s people didn’t make the deal “because they didn’t think the tape was that harmful.” Really?

After the first video was released, Justin’s former bodyguard, Kenny Hamilton, tried to defend Swaggy:

Huh. If Justin has grown and changed so much, why was he spray painting racist street art in Buenos Aires last year? Just saying.

Here’s the original form of Bieber’s “One Less Lonely Girl” before the racism.

Justin Bieber

Photos courtesy of WENN

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  1. bettyrose says:

    And yet the teflon dbag will continue to have fans and live large.

    • FLORC says:

      His story has been written before. He made hug sums of money. Spent like crazy and we all wonder when he’ll run out. Soon, but not soon enough he finds himself in major debt. Friends vanish. Fans vanish.
      And in 10 or 20 years another will come up and a new generation will be annoyed. Ugh.

      • bettyrose says:

        You’re probably right but I’d rather see him realize his mistakes and apologize than waste away Hollywood style to booze & drugs when his fame fades. Only because it would be more unique and positive to see a megabrat grow up instead of waste away.

      • Mixtape says:

        Spot on, FLORC. Even if his current fans forgive him, this guy is approaching his tween idol expiration date and these videos, along with all of his other bad behavior, will prevent him from ever successfully transitioning into the adult market. It is clear he is spending his money, not saving it, so it’s only a matter of time before it runs out.

      • FLORC says:

        I completely agree. For him to see how he’s wrong now would create a lot of forgiveness that we won’t have later on when he’s only sorry when he’s broke and on the dlist.

        His mom saved and invested his money very, very well and he was poised to grow with his fans. This is what happens when you surround yourself with enablers and your dad is you bf. No sympathy.

        I feel his slow crawl to his expiration date is only so slow because we can’t wait for it to happen. Like watching water boil. The minute we look away and forget about him he’ll be out of the spot light.

    • Zigggy says:

      Naw, I think he’s done. He’ll have a few fans still, but I think this is it. We’ll be watching E True Hollywood Story in a few years, and this will be that final bottom.

    • Rascalito says:

      The infamous Teflon Diaper strikes again!

    • delorb says:

      I’m upset that this wasn’t put out there when it happened. A world without Justin or that Mahone(sp?) guy. Pity that there are always more just like Justin waiting in the wings.

  2. Amelia says:

    This f*ckwit.
    I would love, love, love to see some sort of tweenager revolt against this brat, but I’m scared to venture onto twitter for fear of what excuses I might find.
    Also, is the brat ‘toxing already? Or has he just got some really, really crap liquid foundation on?

  3. Pinky says:

    WTH? I gave him the benefit of the doubt on the first “joke.” Now? Totally over it. RIH, little creep. RIH.

  4. Cassandra_J says:

    Good thing I got my daughter out of her bieber-fever stage when I did. What a dousche.

    • Dani2 says:

      Parenting – you’re doing it right :)

    • WickedSteppMom says:

      My 9 y/o daughter has never liked him, and when we were at a yard sale last weekend we stumbled across a whole bunch of Bieber t-shirts in her size. I told her that I was going to buy them, and if she didn’t behave, I’d make her wear them to school. She BEGGED me not to buy them, and promised she’d be good…that she’d even be nicer to her little brother!!

    • elisa says:

      I’m just glad that my daughter is only 8 months old and missed him entirely! And that my nieces outgrew him years ago. Though we all agonised over “Baby” on repeat for a while. At least they recognise him for the d-bag he is now.

    • homegrrrl says:

      I kept calling him Justin Beaver, and saying it was an accident. It put him on the level of bob the builder or Barney, and baby stuff is just sooooo not cool with my tween set. My gaffe put them off him quicker than usual, plus they heard he said “potty words”, and my kids don’t find that cool atall. So the babyfication of Beiber worked with my lil ones.

  5. Dani2 says:

    Ugh, this tool. His fans are the worst though.
    “He can’t be racist, he acts like he’s black”
    “All his friends are black though”

    *Sighs in defeat*

    • Mike says:

      Yes now they are black because with out them he wouldn’t be making money, it’s like a man who owns a Basketball team and his players are black but they make him money same think with the Beaver of course he’ll say he’s sorry but is he? When you repeat the word over and over you’re not sorry your just trying to cover your a@@ when you say sorry!

  6. word says:

    Where’s the second video? This boy has already made a lot of money. If this was at the beginning of his career, it would be more damaging. But now that his popularity has already taken a nose dive, these vids won’t do much in damaging him. I think that type of racist language is disgusting…and at 15 you should know better ! He probably gets this attitude from his mother who herself made some anti-semitic remarks regarding Justin’s manager Scooter. She said she wished God had sent Justin a good Christian guy to manage his career instead of a Jewish guy. Wow, apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. We all know how good of a Christian girl Justin’s mom is right? Got knocked up as a teen and had a child out of wed-lock. How Christian of her.

    • swack says:

      Making anti-semetic remarks makes her not a good Christian. Getting pregnant as a teen and having a child out of wedlock does not mean she is not a good Christian. Teenagers think they are invincible and nothing will ever happen – ie killed or badly injured in a car accident, getting pregnant, overdosing, etc.

      • word says:

        I was just trying to point out the hypocricy. She acts like she’s such a Bible toting Christian when she really is not. I could care less if she had a kid out of wedlock. I’m not even Christian…but I do know about Christian beliefs. Having a kid out of wedlock is ok in her Christian eyes but being Jewish is the worst thing ever? She’s a moron…and she raised one too.

      • Leona says:

        Well, if she got pregnant before marriage while she was a Christian that would make a her bad Christian. The Bible does say “the marriage bed shall remain undefiled”. These people are a slippery lot though, they can always claim that their sins are covered and start again on a clean slate. But catch them dead giving others that same benefit of a fresh start.

        I’m not even sure most of them acknowledge racism as a sin, by the way. If you are ever looking to find a bunch of bigots assembled in one place I would highly recommend you take a walk on Sunday.

        Source: Raised in the Bible belt.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Leona, your statement that her getting pregnant before marriage makes her a bad Christian is profane, and I say that as a Christian, also raised in the Bible Belt. First, it is not your place to judge who is and isn’t a bad Christian, just as I am trying not to judge you for judging. That’s between her and God. Second, that was a long time ago and you have no idea what was in her heart then or now. Third, your quote about the marriage bed remaining undefiled refers to infidelity, not purity. Fourth, the “slippery lot” that claims sins are forgiven and they can start with a clean slate are correct. That’s the basis of Christianity. Not using words to make yourself feel superior to other people. God loves her every single bit as much as he loves you.

      • kiwi says:

        GoodNamesAllTaken, it’s everyone’s place to judge whether or not she’s a good Christian. She made a very public show of her religion and she did it for years. She deliberately put it out there for public consumption, naturally people are going to judge.

        Having kids out of wedlock is a no-no in Christianity, strictly speaking. I don’t care about her religion though. She seems like a horrible person.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Kiwi, join the ranks of judgmental, uninformed masses who claim to be Christian and know absolutely nothing about what that means.

      • kiwi says:

        GoodNamesAllTaken, um… no? I’m perfectly happy being an atheist, thanks. And I thought you said you weren’t going to judge.

    • kri says:

      Holy sh*t, did his mother go to parenting classes at the Jenner/Smith Kool Skool or what? And if she is such a great Christian, how did this kid get this way? I don’t care what (if any) religion you are, saying it doesn’t make you a good human. He’s a loser, plain and simple.

    • jaye says:

      Having a child out of wedlock doesn’t automatically make you a “bad” Christian. “We all fall short of the glory of God”. Christians are not precluded from making mistakes and having lapses in good judgement. Just because we’re Christian doesn’t mean we aren’t human.

      • homegrrrl says:

        I think talking to Miley Cyrus made him go off the dial. These celebs think that getting profane and talking about/taking drugs will take them from Shirley Temple to MIck Jagger. Unfortunately it will take them from Vanilla Ice to…well, Vanilla ice.

  7. Ali J says:

    He is not racist.

    Just dumb.

    Hopefully he will stay in the US and never come back to Canada.

  8. T.C. says:

    One video is a mistake. Multiple videos saved of racist jokes is a belief. This boy is going down. Finally. Justin is his meal ticket so of course Mr. Bodyguard will defend him.

  9. lunchcoma says:

    At this point, I’m just tired and am hoping he goes away soon.

  10. Ag says:

    little $hitbag. hopefully this is the beginning of the end for him.

  11. Pandy says:

    When will folks wise up that these videos eventually see the light of day? Just don’t do it to begin with, geez. Otherwise – it’s Justin Bieber. What do we expect from him? Douchey behaviour.

    • L says:

      Esp as they were both filmed FOR A DOCUMENTARY about his life. It’s not like he didn’t know the cameras were there and that even though it was edited out of the film, it’s not like that stuff every goes away.

      Same goes for criminals that put everything in email. Common, that’s like bad guy 101.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        Isn’t that the thing, though? This movie Never Say Never was made and edited to portray him as this angel child sent by God to make music and share joy. Even people like Lainey were saying they were moved by this “documentary” about his rise from street performer to global star. Clearly they didn’t just polish the turd, but gave it a complete facelift.

  12. feebee says:

    Oh dear. Can’t even ‘excuse’ this as a angry slip of the tongue.

    He may have grown in the last five years but has he changed? Like I said on the Jonah Hill post, we all have some prejudices. Some work to overcome them, some are happy to have them and ride with it.

    If he was spouting this stuff as a teenager, I’d be looking at the parents too. Not blaming them (totally) but seriously WTF? I have already had a serious talk with my 10 year old last year when she was innocently enough singing a Nicki Minaj song that had the N-word in it’s lyrics. And she’s 100% clear on it.

  13. Lindy79 says:

    “He’s grown a lot in 5 years and as we all grow we learn”

    Yes he has. He’s grown into an even bigger f*ckwit *sswipe.

  14. L.E. says:

    I always knew he was an upstanding gentleman. WTF is it going to take to bring him down? He ran out of his 15 minutes a long time ago.

  15. mogul says:

    Finally, I always knew that he was a punk. He used blacks to make his non talented relevant. They made him, who is today but doesn’t mean he respect or likes black people. I always knew It, yes! My judge of character is impecable, I still have It. The Kardashains/ Bruce Jenner, Justin Timberlake, Eminem and Justin Bieber they’re all undercover racists. Give me a person who’s straight a racist and comes out for It, then people that hide It like Justin Bieber. Yes, I knew it!

    • HH says:

      @mogul – What’s your reasoning/evidence that each person you’ve listed is racist? Well, aside from Justin Bieber. I’m interested to see what they’ve done or slips of tongue that would lead you to think so.

      • mogul says:

        It’s always been kinda of sixth sense of me, I can make what a persons character of after short periode of time. The first time, I get a weird about them but It doesn’t mean that I will write them off directly. But then there are the little things, as the tone of their voice or how is their body movement when they talk, that change my opinion about a person and with Justin it was when first came out, it the kind of music he was bringing out and the way he used to hold himself while his interviews.

        The only way I can explain it, is like a sixth sense. I can predict when people in my entourage going to break up/ are in love by observing them or by talking with one half the equation. It’s something I just pick up, people worst personality traits.

      • AryaMartell says:

        Some people like Mogul have that sense. Sometimes when I look at a photo I will say something like “they’re faking it for the cameras” or “he/she seems depressed or unhappy.” It’s about reading body language and word choices. It’s about studying body language and facial expressions for me. I just get an immediate natural reaction, a vibe if you will. Usually I’ll preface it with “I think…” or “he/she comes off to me as…”

        It also doesn’t mean I’m right. I doubt Mogul is trying to pretend they are right either. It’s just an opinion based off something immediate that comes to us.

      • jaye says:

        @arya…the problem is that Mogul made the statement as if it’s fact when it’s just his/her “sixth sense”.

      • AryaMartell says:

        Jaye I can’t speak for Mogul but that is likely unintentional. Every commenter is speaking their own truth as they see it and I think it’s sometimes ridiculous people can’t see that. Does it really need to be stated that she is giving her opinion? Every comment is someone’s position from their point of view. I think we all need to lighten up and instead of harping on someone for being presumptuous.

      • SarahTalks says:


        I think @mogul is referring to when Kim Kardashian called Ray J. The N-word in a moment of extreme anger. The voicemail is on youtube and Kim was pissed and at the end of the call she called Ray J. The N-word.

        The crazy part about that audio recording is that Kim and her momager uploaded it to try and put Ray J. On blast. They tried to edit the end of the call but since they are idiots you can still hear Kim calling Ray J. that slur.

        Sadly, trash and stupidity is what is popular these days so it looks like these creatures are here to stay.

    • TG says:

      @Mogul – I am interested in your take on Brice Jenner and the Kardashians as racists. I mean we know the Kardashians use wealthy black men to get ahead but I not sure I would classify that as racism so much as opportunists. Though I do remember when IgNori was born all the comments they released to the press stressing how much IgNori looked like KimME and that she has her lips, hair, maybe even nose, etc. I think even going so far as to say that she looks “just like Kim”. I wasn’t sure if they were trying to say to the public not to worry the baby isn’t black or not to worry the baby isn’t fugly like Kanye. I am giving them the benefit of te doubt that they just wanted to erasure everyone the baby wasn’t ugly like that dad, but that is just my opinion because I think Kanye is fugly, black or white. But I have never picked up on Bruce being a racist. I too have a 6th sense about people’s character but I thought everybody did. My problem is I judge everybody, which makes it hard to have friends. I can usually tell if I respect someone by how they treat their pets and children. If they rescued their pet that is a plus. If they actually walk their dog rather than being lazy that is a plus and so on. If they tell at their kids or hit them them I know I won’t respect them and so on. Also if someone had a tramp stamp I usually judge them.

      • jaye says:

        The difference between what you said/do and what Mogul said is that you base your opinions, right or wrong, based on interactions with those people you are making assumptions about. I don’t think anyone can presume that a person is racist without hearing racist comments coming out of their mouths.

        @Arya, I get that Mogul was stating her opinion, as she is entitled to do, but it’s also everyone who reads or hears that opinion to voice their own. It’s not right to accuse someone is racist without proof. It’s unfair and incendiary. And until Mogul follows her post up with a clarification, I’m going to take his/her comment at face value.

  16. lower-case deb says:

    Really Really Really suits him.

    Oh oh! i also know where he can get Orange-baggy couture! It’s place with large courtyards surrounded by pretty thorns and en-suite rooms with lots of bars.

  17. Abbott says:

    Are he and Jonah Hill having a douche-off?

  18. Skins says:

    God, that would be so great if all his black buddies dumped him.

    • Patty Cake says:

      Unfortunately, I believe all Biebs friends are just as stupid, disrespectful and hateful as he is. And I believe that that includes his black friends. I say that because they all dress and seemingly act alike. I don’t believe anyone of integrity would hang around the Biebs. Sad though. Smdh

  19. Patty Cake says:

    How stupid can you get? How stupid can his parents be? Some celebs are just stupid as he’ll. plain and simple. A lot of celebs are poor as Hell before they get the job that they constantly pine to their lucky stars for. They claim that they just want to make money doing what they love. So if I could ask one question to any dumb arse celeb that threw it all away just because they didn’t know how to keep their stupid, shorty arse behavior to themselves, I would ask this: why in the hell would you record yourself saying hateful, derogatory speech? Did you not know,that eventually, the hate that you spew is going to get out to the public? I don’t care how many friends you have of the specific race, gender, sexual orientation that you direct your hate speech towards, because after that crap gets aired, the folks of that particular group are going to believe that you are who you are from what you said on that few minutes, seconds, or hours on that tape.

    • word says:

      Yeah do you think he’d be as rich and famous now if that tape was released 5 years ago? Would people in 2009 said “oh that’s ok he’s only 15″. Nope…he wouldn’t have sold many records and right now he’d be back in Stratford working at Burger King. Fifteen is old enough to know better. His mom is no better…no wonder he’s like this.

  20. Sam says:

    Bieber himself doesn’t shock me anymore. This sort of thing is fairly expected. The fans are a bit disappointing, though. I know this isn’t isolated to Bieber in the least, but it would be nice to see at least a few fans with some self-awareness who realize that the guy you thought was okay is actually pretty terrible. But I guess this is why his fanbase was always isolated to little girls – not exactly the critical thinking set.

  21. AryaMartell says:

    Being a Canadian, you Americans can whine and cry all day about what a little (please insert favourite curse laden insult here) Bieber is. Like what any department store manager will tell you, you broke him, you bought him.

    Have fun!!!! :-P

    • Kiddo says:

      He came broken as per these videos. Return to sender.

      • AryaMartell says:

        Sorry Kiddo if my little joke didn’t go over well with you. :-( But he was already living in the states at that time.
        Still, there is sadly some real truth to your statement. Not proud to say this but Canada, especially in rural areas, has become a place where I sometimes think there’s a bit of a freakout happening because “white privilege” is going away. But from everything I have seen and heard, the same thing is happening in the U.S.A. too. Especially in industrial families like the one Bieber came from that is seeing wages go lower and jobs being taken over by foreign workers willing to work in unsafe conditions and for those lower wages. While intolerance has always permeated in the less urban parts of Canada, and the fact that at present we have a government that has taken too many cues from the U.S.A. government in how we treat foreign workers and immigrants, I do think that as a whole it’s something we are working on. I think the U.S.A. is too.

      • Kiddo says:

        I was also sort of kidding, but in reality, he’s a product with a lot of defects, so the right thing to do would have been to recall him at once, and not wait until years later, like GM. :p

      • Tiffany :) says:

        Arya, I think it is hysterical that Canadians don’t want him back. It shows you how far over the line this guy has gone!

        Ultimately, I think the world, not just the US, has spoiled him. He has faced legal consequences for some his actions here, but has spit on fans in Europe, gone to brothels in South America, vandalized buildings in Australia and South America, etc. Money allows you to be a jerk and get away with it.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        “the right thing to do would have been to recall him at once, and not wait until years later, like GM. ”


      • AryaMartell says:

        Lol, Kiddo. True. But at the moment Bieber is a bit of a national embarassment for us. But I don’t think the product showed any defects until a little wear and tear. Besides, as I usually do in such matters I blame our prime minister and conservative government. Bieber is a poster boy for all that these idiots stand for.

        @Tiffany It is less money and how you choose to handle your money. Money is a tool and does not make a person. For example, does anyone in the states know who the Property Bros are? The two stars are former kid actors too, modest at best really compared to Bieber. They spent their money building a real estate and renovation business and helping people. So I blame less money than I do the lack of direction Bieber was given by his mother who was more concerned with lining her pockets with cash and exploiting her son than acually raising him to be a good person with or without money.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        Oh, I agree Arya. I don’t think money MAKES a person “bad”…I just think it makes it easier to avoid the consequences of being “bad”. I completely agree that his lack of parental guidance got him to this point, especially early in life.

        NPR had a very interesting article the other day about the differences in legal outcomes based on money. One guy got 12 months in jail for stealing a $2 can of beer. One teen caught a fish out of season and had to go to jail for 3 days. A homeless vet spent 22 days in jail because he couldn’t pay a $50 fine. When you are extremely wealthy, it allows a person to not be as affected by the supposed “punishment”, because many times there are financial alternatives.

    • Moore says:

      These problems are formed in childhood. He was broken when we got him. The seeds were all there as this video shows.

  22. Lux says:

    I just don’t understand how he still has fans.

  23. Jem says:

    The nasty remarks… no that’s no shocker. PLEASE. I’m sure there is ALOT more where it came from, too… Is it just me, or does it seem weird he wouldn’t just pay them off? He’s loaded, right?

    Well, either his fortune is whittled way back more than we know, or he’s got a sh*t-ton more damaging videos out there and there is no way they can all be suppressed. That, or he’s just an arrogant d-bag who thinks he can get away with anything…

    I actually feel a little sick now just putting that much thought into this sack of crap.

  24. MissTrial says:

    Dumb kid then…nothing’s changed except he’s an adult now.

    Please pull up those pants.
    I don’t watch SNL often but whenever I catch the comedienne doing her Bieber schtick, I never fail to crack up.

  25. Sarah says:

    i dont think we have to discuss the obvious racism. what makes me wonder: is it legal to blackmail people in the USA? i mean if you tell someone you want a big amout of money to not release a video thats blackmail.

  26. Nerdmomma says:

    I am concerned about one aspect of how these types of things are reported and how people respond to them. His bodyguard says, “He is not a racist.” Everyone defends themselves, “I am not a racist.” There’s a distinction, though, between committing an act of racism and defining a person as A Racist. That overcomplicates things. Perhaps a person wouldn’t be defined as A Racist, yet here is a video of that person saying racist things. Rather than defend him, “he is not a racist,” how about we all acknowledge, “He did a racist thing.” Rather than trying to label people as always and forever a thing, let’s all accept that what he said was racist and deal with the act. Am I making any sense? I mean, people do bad and stupid things, and they apologize for them, not just come out with statements, “I am not an asshole.” I don’t see how we can grow and discuss racial things in productive ways when people can’t stop screaming “but I’m not a racist” without addressing the terrible thing they actually did.

    • AryaMartell says:

      I will indulge you with a little ancedote that may help answer your question and explain why people go about this all wrong.
      I moved to where I live now when I was in grade 7. I am extremely shy and have difficulty making friends. I made friends with this girl and was warned by the other kids that she was “bad news.” She denied it and said she was misunderstood, etc. The friendship lasted until my early 20s when I ended it because she WAS bad news and narcissistic. She’s now spending at least the next 20 years in prison for crimes I can’t bring myself to speak of. But it took me until I was 20 years old to see what the others saw because when you are inside you don’t have that outsider perspective. To this day she refuses to accept responsibility and is in denial about why she is in prison. It’s something about the human condition that causes us to deny negative aspects of ourselves and shun negative labels. But in doing so we really become that label that is given to us. My point is, being given that label while we all know it to be given for a reason is something that person will run from. I think we need to ditch personification labels and focus on the acts themselves without attaching that this person is bad because of one act or one instance of such. By saying “hey what you said was not cool!” And confronting Bieber over what he said and why would be more effective than branding him a racist.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      “Rather than defend him, “he is not a racist,” how about we all acknowledge, “He did a racist thing.” Rather than trying to label people as always and forever a thing, let’s all accept that what he said was racist and deal with the act. ”

      That is a VERY insightful post. Really great points, Nerdmomma!

  27. Talie says:

    TMZ is posting pro-Bieber propaganda in response because they’re so salty they missed out on these exclusives.

  28. joan says:

    So far he’s getting away with this crap because no famous people have spoken out, the way they often do [e.g., against Sterling].

    The tipping point may be when someone who’s not on his payroll and is famous just has enough and says something.

    He gets away with because he’s so young and such a wimp. A wimp w/money, but still a wimp.

  29. me says:

    I just saw the second video on TMZ. I am really really disgusted.

  30. idk says:

    PMK : “Quick Rob or Khloe let me grab my camera and one of you guys make a racist joke, we need the publicity !!!”.

  31. cathy says:

    He has to be running out of money right? I give it a year before he goes bankrupt.

  32. Blue says:

    He’s such a little pig. He makes me sick. If the other tape wasn’t proof enough that he’s a racist this tape obviously confirms it. Just look at the glee on his face as he sings that song. He is just a horrible person. His actions then and now demonstrate that. I really wish this would ruin his career. But, I suspect he’ll get away with it because of his age at the time. I hate the idea that he may be influencing other young kids to say the same thing. He, and that one direction guy who used the n word in the group’s pot smoking video, are having a negative impact on legions of young kids. It makes me sick that people are making excuses for Bieber’s racism. Racism is horrific and should never be excused.

  33. Jayna says:

    I don’t hear Usher speaking out defending him. That’s what is most glaring to me, because Usher has been in his life and career. He’s on Usher’s record label or was. Usher was his mentor. Usher was in his life when this song was done. His team is doing damage control Now, he’s trying to get out of it it by saying back then he confessed to Usher he did this video and Usher helped explain to him through racist videos why it’s wrong. That sounds whitewashed to me. What, did Usher get wind of the video back then and call out Justin? I highly doubt Justin went to him feeling bad and admitted he did that, which is his story to throw out there to do damage control.

    I still don’t think he’s racist now. But he was racist back then and probably raised that way and it would come out. People do evolve. He as the years went on was able to form a different viewpoint from working with many black artists and that’s who his friends are. I think he’s a little douchebag that is rude and insufferable, but I don’t believe he’s racist now.

    But where is Usher? Crickets. That says a lot. I think Usher has been over him for quite a while with his behavior and with Justin probably not listening to him anymore, blowing him off. Usher can’t be happy with all of Justin’s present-day behavior.

  34. Yep, still a douche.

    That security guy behind him looks like we all feel – “if I could just get him alone in his trailer for like 30 seconds….I could end this. I could put a nation…nay, THE WORLD out of its misery.”

    *cracks knuckles and twirls moustache*

  35. Jayna says:

    Next step. Justin starts dating an African-American girl.

  36. Kimberly says:

    Maybe those tweets posted by the former bodyguard are genuine
    I’m still gonna bet someone paid him to make those statements.

    Anyhow Bieber has changed……..changed for the worse.
    The older he gets the dumber he becomes. And even more narcissistic to.

  37. Jenna says:

    He’s from STRATFORD, ONTARIO. He probably had never even MET a black person at that point in his life. Whoever it was that was filming and encouraging this is the person who shouldn’t have been engaging in this. I’m assuming it was an adult, and adults KNOW BETTER!

    … unless they’re racist.

  38. sandra says:

    Come on! He’s not racist. Give him a break.