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Justin Bieber Apologizes For Racist Joke: “I Thought It Was OK To Repeat Hurtful Words”



Over the weekend, a video surfaced online of a young Justin Bieber sharing an incredibly racist joke while backstage at a promotional event.

In the video, the singer can be seen sitting on a couch in a room with a group of people, sharing some jokes. Unfortunately, the then 15-year-old took one jest a little too far … And now, the singer is apologizing.

“Why are black people afraid of chain saws?”

He answers: “Run n*****, n*****, n*****, n*****.”

After the video went viral, the singer, now 20, released a statement addressing his actions:

“As a young man, I didn’t understand the power of certain words and how they can hurt. I thought it was OK to repeat hurtful words and jokes, but didn’t realize at the time that it wasn’t funny and that in fact my actions were continuing the ignorance. I take my friendships with people of all cultures very seriously and I apologize for offending or hurting anyone with my childish and inexcusable mistake. I was a kid then and I am a man now who knows my responsibility to the world and to not make that mistake again.”

According to TMZ, they got the video four years, but decided not to run it because Bieber was too young and he was “immediately told his friends what he did was stupid.” The news outlet decided to put it out after a British pay site released it on Sunday.


From Gangsta To Gospel … Snoop Dogg Shuts Down Critics Of His Spiritual Album



Who says a gangsta rapper can’t drop a gospel album — apparently, the critics.

Snoop Dogg released his spiritual effort, Bible Of Love, today and unfortunately some folks just don’t understand why. Thankfully, we talked to Uncle Snoop and he let the haters know they won’t be dulling his shine.

“My spirit is in the right place,” Snoop proclaimed, “so for those who have backlash or something to say, their spirit ain’t right.” But Unc didn’t stop there, he went on a preached a word right quick … “I thought the Bible said Jesus was in the streets mixing it up with the real, bringing the real back to the fold.” Yep, yep, that’s exactly right!

But just because he has a gospel album doesn’t mean Snoop ain’t still street. “I come from the hood and I come from the church so they can’t out do me,” he reminded us.

Do you agree with The Doggfather’s message?

Bible Of Love is available now!

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