There’s Another Justin Bieber N*gger Video

June 4th, 2014 // 31 Comments
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“Hard niggas use hard words, son. PUT ME IN MY GRACO, BITCH.”

Shortly after the release of the first Justin Bieber saying nigger video, there was already talk of another video being shopped around. According to TMZ, two months ago the leaker asked for $1 million from Justin’s team who not only refused to pay, but just released a second video (below) themselves to get this shit over with:

A 14-year-old Justin Bieber did a horribly racist version of his own song 5 years ago … looking into the camera and singing … “There’ll be one less lonely n*****.”
Bieber and his team tell TMZ … they want this video out, because he wants to own what he did.
We’re told when Justin was 14 … he had seen a random video online in which a comedian parodied his song, “One Less Lonely Girl,” but the guy replaced the word “girl” with the n-word.
Justin then parodied the parody … right on camera.

But don’t worry. Shortly after the video was made, Justin Bieber confessed to Will Smith and Usher who took the teenage boy into a private room to watch videos which is practically the foundation of their relationship:

We’re told years ago Justin told both Usher and Will Smith about the videos, saying he knew almost immediately it was a stupid thing to do … Usher took him into a room and showed him historically racist videos to drive home how hurtful these words can be.

In 2005, Corey Feldman once gave the following answer when asked if Michael Jackson ever showed him inappropriate images:

“If you consider it inappropriate for a man to look at a book of naked pictures with a child that’s 13 or 14 years old, then your answer would be yes.”

I think I’ve said my piece.

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  1. I think the real crime against humanity here is that some random teenager from YouTube became famous for his singing talent without having any singing talent.

  2. Don Sterling

    So if I watch a couple of videos with Will Smith, can I have my team back?

  3. jc

    My takeaway is that his publicists, or whoever put out this statement, don’t know what a parody is

  4. Using racist language is the least offensive thing he does.

  5. He strikes me as more a Britax type of guy.

  6. All jokes aside, it turns out Fish was right all along – that kid REALLY thinks he’s black.

    I blame London, Ontario… solely because I cannot blame Toronto here.

  7. Swearin

    I get it now, all this fake thug crap he’s tailored his image and personality to is just his way of saying sorry to any and all black people he would one day offend.

  8. Not to defend the little shit, but I’m glad nobody taped some of the stupid things I said when I was 14.

  9. malaka

    i really don’t like this turd, but in all fairness…
    who didn’t go thru a remarkably brief phase when they used to drop frequent N bombs.
    how is anyone supposed to sing along to their favorite hip hop tunes?
    shame on an african american who try to run game on an african american!!

  10. anonym

    nig*r jokes were the trend when I was a kid.

  11. malaka

    there are numerous white, latin, asian, east indian people etc. in my neighborhood who drop N bombs every 3-6 words.
    and the usage is in no way regarded as a slur.
    naw’m sayin. naw mean?

    • I hear you, but how people act in real life isn’t supposed to match with how people act in the public eye.

      Fuck, we all know the kid ain’t racist – I mean, he obviously REALLY wants to be black. ‘Doesn’t mean he shouldn’t have known better… doesn’t excuse his overall stupidity.

  12. malaka

    i’m sayin, probably better off to avoid usin the word altogether unless your a writer for the boondocks.
    but yea, kids around herE? ….
    “yo, you talkin about that white nigga? naw son.
    oh you mean that chinese nigga my du’??
    aww shit son! that’s my nigga!”

  13. Bonky

    When I was a kid in the 60′s and early 70′s we said EVERY FUCKING THING
    you can imagine. But you grow up and realize its wrong and
    hopefully you stop. I hate this little douchbag but I’m not going
    to call him a racist for saying shit like this at the age or 14.

    • Marketing Mike

      I’m white, but where I grew up after about the second N bomb,
      your parents would find your bloody, lifeless body in a ditch.
      I used to play pickup basketball, and I was the only white guy.
      That said, I never had a problem with anybody giving me shit,
      but I was respectful and kept my mouth shut. Not Bieber… loll

  14. anonymous

    Now if only he would drop the six letter f-bomb a few times GLAAD and the LGBT would be handing him his ass.

    Dropping the n-bomb is only bad when you have union employees or corporate sponsorship.

  15. No, he doesn’t want to be black. He wants the glorified “thugs, bitches, money and drugs” lifestyle that Hollywood portrays as a standard “black” lifestyle. In all reality, this kid would NEVER give up being white, and he wouldn’t last a fucking day doing the things that make someone a legit “thug.” He’s just a poser, and happy to be one.

    • Also, I’ve never said the n-word when I was younger – I don’t say it now. I knew that it wasn’t a good word to say, so age isn’t really an excuse. Upbringing? Maybe – if you’re surrounded by that, with either friends or family saying it, then you’ll probably say it too. But I personally don’t believe that age doesn’t have much to do with it.

  16. This kid is just comically stupid.

  17. Years from now he’ll be a campy funny question on Jeopardy. We’ll think, hey remember that obnoxious kid? What happened to him? Wasn’t he on one of those has been celebrity rehab shows recently?

  18. Justin Bieber Fight Paparazzi London
    Commented on this photo:

    I’m always reminded of my grandma’s Pomeranian when I see Justin being “restrained” by his bodyguards (who are there to keep his ass from getting kicked, not to stop him from stomping people).

    The Pomeranian used to peer out between my grandma’s ankles and yap and growl at people and other dogs. If the dogs growled or snapped back at the Pom, the little furball would whine and beg for grandma to pick him up.

  19. What is the difference between “nigga” and “nigger”? I hear some black people call each other “nigga”? Seems to me to just be a slightly altered version of the word that can’t be spoken or written.

    I refuse to write “the N-word” because it’s just childish. If you are going to discuss a word, use the actual goddamned word. If it was good enough for Mark Twain, it’s good enough for me.

    As to white people who ape what they perceive to be “black” speech and mannerisms, there’s two types of white “thugs”: Eminem (who seems to be the real deal) and Justin Bieber (who is just a pale–pardon the pun–imitator). What they are actually doing in all cases is perpetuating this stereotype that all black people wear gold chains and speak in some incomprehensible urban dialect. That’s actually a small subset of black people. It’s like saying that the cast of “Duck Dynasty” represents all white people in the USA.

    • This is coming from a black guy borned, raised and still living in Canada: I do not know what’s the difference between ‘nigger’ and ‘nigga’ is too. I grew up knowing it was a bad word, but understand that, as a Haitian of French descent, ‘nigger’ doesn’t affect me or anybody I know who came from the Islands as much as it would affect an actual black American. Still, a pejorative word, no doubt about it… ’til Ice-T and NWA came out. And, then, all of a sudden, SHIT CHANGED – that’s the best way to describe it. Remember, back in the 90′s, they also came out with other dumbass nonsenses like ebonics or the term African-American (what the fuck was wrong with just being black!?), but anyway… that was that.

      Never thought Eminem ever pretended to be black – always thought his reality is so entranced with black people in it, he just had to emulate it to survive there. Hell, when I think about gold chains-wearing poseurs, I never think about Marshall Mathers.

      Hey, ever seen that Louis CK joke about the N-Word? Pretty much support how you feel:

    • Eminem is very different than Bieber – he grew up in Detroit on 8 Mile (which I can attest to being pretty fucking terrifying). He also has never said the n-word in his songs – he has said that he “knows his limits.”

      Em grew up in a dismal place and economic situation that most rappers say they know but in actuality haven’t even come close to seeing. Also, I don’t see Em going around wearing those ridiculously huge gold chains, or even going out and partying and getting papped surrounded by 20 hoes.

      The reason Em talks the way he does is because he grew up in a place where that IS the actual dialect – just like people from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan sound Canadian, people from Detroit have an urban dialect. He isn’t perpetuating any stereotype because that is him and what he grew up in – that’s what he knows and he can’t help the way he normally speaks, anymore than someone from the south can just turn off their southern dialect.

    • malaka

      slim isn’t a thug at all.
      white thugs are guys like putin and the kazaks he hires to beat up pussy riot.

  20. Dr.J

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