Justin Bieber Acknowledged His Past Racist Remarks In An Instagram Post

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Kanye West and Justin Bieber are at different points in their respective careers. Kanye, the older, more established artist, has already atoned for the sins of his youth and started a family united in Christ’s name. His mustard and beige hobowear line has taken off, and he’s reached the point where one eschews traditional doctrine and started his own form of Christianity out in the hills of Wyoming. Meanwhile, Justin is still following the teachings of hipster pastor Judah Smith , and his mustard and beige hobo wear line in still in its infancy. But the time has come for him to atone for the sins of his youth. According to The Blast, Justin is taking a “stand against racism” with an Instagram post admitting that “when he was young”, he said some “hurtful things.” He didn’t say what those hurtful things were, but hey it’s a start. And it’s more of a stand against racism than Kanye’s taken in years!Here’s Justin’s post. View this post on Instagram When I was young I was uneducated and found myself saying really hurtful things not knowing the power of my words. Racism Is still very prevalent and I want to use my voice to remind we are all human being and all of EQUAL VALUE BEFORE GOD!A post shared by Justin Bieber on Dec 3, 2019 at 3:59pm PSTThe Blast generously says he “decided to address several videos in which the singer was featured using the n-word”, but since this is so vague, he honestly could be talking about anything. There are two instances in which Justin was recorded saying the n-word, so its probably safe to say he’s probably referring to the times he got caught. In 2014, Justin was recorded singing fucked up version of his song “One More Lonely Girl” with his whole voice, replacing “girl” with the n-word.As you may recall, a 14-year-old Justin Bieber was filmed singing a horribly racist version of his own song where he looked into a rolling camera and sang — “There’ll be one less lonely n*****.”The video surfaced online years later, and Bieber his team addressed the video saying they wanted it out there so he can “own” what he had done.At the time, it was reported, Justin had seen a viral video online where a comedian parodied his song, “One Less Lonely Girl,” but the person replaced the word “girl” with the n-word.In that video, which is probably nestled up next to Song Of The South in the Disney Vault, Justin also shouted out the KKK. It could have been a career killer if Justin’s mentor Usher hadn’t stepped in to play Captain Save a Hitler Youth.In another caught on tape moment, also from 2014, Justin told an utterly repugnant joke on camera that began “Why are black people afraid of chainsaws?”, the answer to which would make David Duke blush. There was also a 2015 incident where Justin got into a fight with some dude at the NBA finals and allegedly “aggressively snatched $500 Versace sunglasses” off his face and called him the n-word, for which he was sued.Justin’s history with the n-word makes Gina Rodriguez look like Harriet Tubman . But as we know, the boy wasn’t raised right, and he is trying. And between Kanye and Justin, only one of them probably would have voted for Donald Trump.Pic: Wenn.comDlisted