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S-Nigger Watch: Eeeny Justin Bieber Is No Meeny Jeremy Clarskon

by | 1st, June 2014

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WHEN he 15, Justin Bieber told a racist joke about black people. Four years on and The Sun is outraged. It’s posted footage of Bieber behaving like a dickhead (which is pretty much all he does) for a documentary called Never Say Never.

The so-called joke goes like this:

Bieber: “What’s the most confusing day for black people?”

He answers his own question: “Father’s Day.”

He then fires another:

Bieber: “Why are black people afraid of chainsaws?

Voice in room:“Don’t say it.”

Bieber: “Run-nigger-nigger-run…”

 

This, to the Sun, is “Bieber’s N-word shame”.

The Sun can’t even say the word. It is censored. It does not exist. It is non-word. We’re told:

JUSTIN Bieber’s music career was teetering on the brink last night after he was caught on camera telling a vile racist joke…

His antics will infuriate African-American artists…

No. They will most likely think him a twat, which he is. And it’s not only blacks who will think Bieber a knob. Everyone should. But watching Bieber should not make anyone angry. Apart from a few bracefaces who adore him, we’re all just tuning in to watch his road to therapy and personal ruin.

The Sun should just write “YIPPEEEEE! Bieber moves one step closer to oblivions”. Instead it moralises:

A source revealed: “This video is Justin Bieber and his camp’s worst nightmare…This could be the end of the road for him if artists refuse to work with him based on this. And it sets a seriously bad example to his impressionable fans.”

And we hear from Dan Wootton, “Head Of Showbiz”:

RACIST is the only possible verdict of Justin Bieber after watching him tell his disgusting n-word “joke”.

The consequences for his career will be severe…

But Bieber has no respect for decency. I spent time on the road with him not long before this video was shot – and he was a little monster impossible to control.

His loyal manager Scooter Braun has done his best to keep his worst antics out of the media, but today the reality is finally exposed.

Yeah. Finally! The adult is exposed for things he did when a child. Oh, puh-lease. Is he the only teenager to have told a racist joke?

As yet, there has been no comment on the obnoxious prat from Jeremy Clarkson (not a teenager), the Sun’s middle-aged columnist and BBC employee who was not too long ago accused of saying “nigger” for comedic effect. The Indy notes:

In the video, the presenter is seen to mutter the word ‘n****r’ while reciting a children’s nursery rhyme ‘Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe’ to decide between two cars.

It wasn’t Clarkson’s first brush with accusations of racism. As the Indy noted:

Clarkson commented on the structure: “That is a proud moment. But there’s a slope on it” – just as an Asian man walked over the bridge.

The comment caused a backlash from viewers, many of whom called for Clarkson to be sacked. The BBC apologised for the incident, describing it as “a light-hearted wordplay joke referencing both the build quality of the bridge and the local Asian man who was crossing it”.

“We were not aware at the time, and it has subsequently been brought to our attention, that the word ‘slope’ is considered by some to be offensive and although it might not be widely recognised in the UK, we appreciate that it can be considered offensive to some here and overseas, for example in Australia and the USA,” said Top Gearproducer Andy Wilman.

”If we had known that at the time we would not have broadcast the word in this context and regret any offence caused.“

Bieber’s limp, racist joke was not meant for broadcast. Clarkson’s was not meant for broadcast. Only one of them has apologised for, er, doing nothing wrong and remains on the Sun’s payroll…



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