New video of Justin Bieber using N-word surfaces
MANILA, Philippines—Canadian pop star Justin Bieber has made headlines again for racist comments, in a new video that's surfaced just a few days after news of another video featuring his racist remarks popped up online.
TMZ.com was able to secure a copy of the new video, which shows a younger Justin using the N-word instead of "girl" on the song “One Less Lonely Girl,” (when sang becomes "One Less Lonely N*gger").
The singer had previously apologized for the first video that emerged online, where he could be seen telling a joke with a racist punch line. Bieber was 15 at the time.
In that video, Justin was heard saying: “Why are black people afraid of chain saws?" which he answered with the N-word.
“Five years ago I made a reckless and immature mistake, and I'm grateful to those close to me who helped me learn those lessons as a young man. Once again … I'm sorry,” he said in a statement released to The Hollywood Reporter.
The latest controversy is an addition to several other headlines starring Bieber, who's been in trouble this year for a slew of incidents, including visiting a controversial Japanese war shrine, and allegedly egging his neighbor's house. He was also arrested earlier this year for driving under the influence. – Rappler.com