You remember that Justin Bieber song “One Less Lonely Girl”? Here are some sample lyrics:
“One less lonely n—-r,” and, “If I kill you, I’ll be part of the KKK, but there’ll be one less lonely n—-r.”
Oh, that’s right, that wasn’t the actual song — that was the “parody” video shot five years ago, when the then-14-year-old Bieber and friends evidently thought it would be funny to change the lyrics to his own song, “One Less Lonely Girl.” However, in this version he replaced “girl” with the N-word.
TMZ posted the 30-second clip (you can see it below), and Bieber’s team reportedly told the gossip site that they wanted the video to be posted online so that the Biebs can be a man and own up to his past foolish actions.
Don’t get this confused with the last Justin Bieber racist video that came out recently. That video, also released on TMZ, showed the pop star telling a racist joke when he was 15. To that one, he issued an apology, saying, “As a kid, I didn’t understand the power of certain words and how they can hurt,” he said. “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.”
According to reports, Bieber told friends Usher and Will Smith about the “One Less Lonely N—-r” video way back because he knew it was a stupid mistake. Or, if you’re more cynical, because he figured out it would bite him in the butt one day.