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What Do Justin Bieber's Black Friends Have To Say About His Racist Rhymes?! Not What You Would Think, That's For Sure!

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How many more times are we going to forgive Justin Bieber for behaving badly??!

The troublemaker released an undeniably racist song, but his pals at Young Money Entertainment don't mind!

Yes, really.

Even though a video of JB leaked and was laced with N-word and discussions of joining the KKK, Lil Wayne, Birdman, and the rest of the Young Money guys still consider him a part of the family.

Crew president Mack Maine said:

"Bieber does not have a slave mentality. He treats his people with respect. [He's] legitimately adopted the culture of the hip hop, African American culture."

Yes, he's adopted it so much so that he feels the freedom to throw around the N-word.

Mack seems ready to forget about the incident because he claims Biebz was just ignorant.

We're all about forgiveness, but there is VERY evidently a double standard for the pop superstar.

One thing is for sure: Justin will NEVER be considered a good role model for his young fans EVER again!

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26 comments to “What Do Justin Bieber's Black Friends Have To Say About His Racist Rhymes?! Not What You Would Think, That's For Sure!”

  1. 1

    I bet the tolerance of the people at Young Blood Entertainment of Beiber is directly proportionate to the amount of money he gives them.

  2. Maxchar says – reply to this


    Here's a challenge for you perez. Why don't you tell us all the regrettable things you did as a teenager. Nobody's perfect. I challenge and your friends (if u have any). To blog about your teenage skeletons. It's fair isn't it ?

  3. seriously! says – reply to this


    it was five fucking years ago!!!! He was a stupid little white kid from canada who had seen perhaps 5 black people in his life! I mean he never got educated on the matter so give him a fucking break! Whatever he said was not racist! It was ignorant, stupid and absolutely not funny, but not racist. I'm sure even you Mario used the N-word before… Remember that time will.I.Am fucked you up? Yeah I'm pretty sure at some point you called him the N-word… You just weren't caught on tape doing it.

  4. J says – reply to this


    If the word wasn't thrown around as much as other swear words kids wouldn't be tempted to say it. When kids are starting to talk you tone down or stop using swear words because inevitably the child will say them without a real understanding of what it means. Kids born 2000+ really have no clue where the word really came from, what it means, only that its thrown around as much if not more than "shit". What do people expect?

  5. 5

    Whether or not he's an appropriate role model is up to him & his future actions! As we all know, you'll never be a role model for any demographic. Time to fixate on someone else!

  6. me says – reply to this


    Re: J – Agreed. It would be hypocritical of the rappers he idolizes to then attack him for repeating back the same crap they have been feeding him.

  7. m says – reply to this


    Re: Maxchar – yes,god bless you.

  8. m says – reply to this


    Whether or not anyone finds him to be a role model or not, the truth of the matter is that he never signed up to be one. Depending on a celebrity to raise and teach your kid their morals is wrong in every way possible. Justin is still a kid himself, I don't see why you'd expect him to help get your kid's shit together when he hasn't even figured himself out yet. You don't like what he does? Thats great, take responsibility and teach your own kids to not do as he does, problem solved.. but don't go attacking him just for growing up and learning by trial and error.Everyone's gotta learn at their own pace their own way and his time will come when he no longer acts up.

  9. Josie says – reply to this


    Re: Maxchar
    Youre right all we are we did in our past in our present or in future say bad things.i dont think the model will be a singer or actor.the model will be parents,friends.so perez youre son will be a teenager one day(trust me) and like others parents you wil try to do your best but shit will hit the fan! He will learn like others to be a better person. Like you did no? For the rest of youre life.

  10. SMH says – reply to this


    Trust me when I tell you the opinion of his black friends is not shared by the average black person. These rappers/entertainers are just sell outs and will say (and probably do) anything for a dollar.

  11. Maxchar says – reply to this


    He who has not sinned May throw the first stone!!

  12. teeter totter says – reply to this


    Re: rosebud99 – +1 rosebud, totally agree.

  13. Mitanni says – reply to this


    The question is. Why do u keep bashing this kid when he means no harm? Jonah Hill and Alec Baldwin used the F-Word…..they don't hate….keep hammering away and his 51 million followers will be gone from your blog…

  14. DUMBASS says – reply to this


    Lame excuse as to being a sheltered white kid from Canada. I've never went around calling white people crackers or made songs about groups killing them. He's stupid period!

  15. Mitanni says – reply to this


    Young ppl are so far removed from history that they do not understand the significance of…Prince Harry wore a Nazi costume for Halloween and Now another JB uses the N word. My question is…how do we educate young ppl that words/ uniforms/ represent evil/ the ugliness of racism and war/genocide….hate? Get it together and RESPECT the pain/fear/loss other generations have felt.

  16. MichJB says – reply to this


    Sure he was a stupid little boy when he made all these videos. Trouble is that he is still a stupid little boy.

  17. tiny says – reply to this


    Justin Bieber can still be a good role model! It is how he moves on and how he faces the challenge of growing up in thw public eye that will still be worthy of young peoples admiration! I do not think Justin days as a role model is over, not at all.

  18. Marion says – reply to this


    Re: m – you nailed it 💪

  19. yoyoyo says – reply to this


    It's funny how every other rap song drops the N word constantly, but when some white dude does the same thing, everyone goes berzerk. And I don't even like Justin Bieber, but it's not fair. If they want others i.e. white people to stop using the word, African American rappers should lead by example and do the same. Period.

  20. Not A fan says – reply to this


    I am not a Justin Beiber fan. But this is truly ridiculous he was 14 yrs old when this happened a young dumb kids give him a break. Perez you have said and done some pretty offensive things as an adult should you be held accountable for that your entire life?

  21. whatajoke says – reply to this


    Re: Not A fanRe: yoyoyo – lol go ahead and use the word, say what you mean and mean what you say, nobody can stop you in the U.S. Nobody is asking you to hold back saying a word white people created, say it all you want…

  22. Over It. says – reply to this


    Everyone knows it was wrong.
    Everyone knows it was racist.
    Everyone knows he acknowledged it and apologized.
    Everyone knows he is not racist.

    He took ownership of what he did. I dont want to stick up for him, and yes the joke (made 5 years ago) was racist, but he is not racist.

  23. callingoutbs says – reply to this


    Re: Over It. – bs

  24. thetruthhurts says – reply to this


    If rappers and black people just stopped saying the N word all together ….instead of the ”we claimed it for our own” crap these sort of situations would be a lot more clear cut.

    If you want to stop a obviously offensive word being use STOP USING IT YOURSELF.

    As for Bieber,he was still very young and obviously did not say it with malignent intend. He personally annoys the shit out of me but surely not because of this. He clearly shown he is a very different person from the one who uttered these words.

  25. callingoutbs says – reply to this


    Re: thetruthhurtsRe: thetruthhurtsRe: thetruthhurts – by hurt you mean the one saying it? because that's pretty clear cut.

  26. 26

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