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Justin Bieber jets out of Mexico as ANOTHER video surfaces that shows him …

  • TMZ published clip of Bieber changing words of his son One Less Lonely Girl to include word n*****
  • Comes after previous video of him using n-word five times in racist joke
  • Refused to pay $1 million extortion to suppress videos

By
Daily Mail Reporter

06:26 EST, 4 June 2014


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18:55 EST, 4 June 2014

Justin Bieber was plunged into a new racism row after a video clip emerged of him changing the lyrics of a song to joke about killing a ‘n*****’ and joining the Ku Klux Klan.

The popstar was caught on camera at the age of 14, in a video which has just now been released by TMZ, changing the words of his song One Less Lonely Girl to sing ‘one less lonely n*****’ – and joking about joining white supremacist group the Ku Klux Klan.

This latest controversy comes after Justin, 20, apologised ‘for offending or hurting anyone with my childish and inexcusable behaviour’ on Monday after another video clip was revealed of him using the n-word five times.

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Making an escape: Justin Bieber jetted out of Mexico on Tuesday as a second video of him using racist terms emerged on TMZ

Making an escape: Justin Bieber jetted out of Mexico on Tuesday as a second video of him using racist terms emerged on TMZ

Justin’s team told TMZ he ‘wants this video out, because he wants to own what he did’. 

It apparently came about when Justin saw a comedian parodying his song online and he then copied the comedian.

However,
TMZ reports he knew  ‘almost immediately it was a stupid thing to do’
and confessed to mentor Usher and close pal Will Smith.

Usher showed him old racist videos to educate him and Justin is said to have seen the error of his ways.

Meanwhile,
Justin has claimed that people have tried to extort him over the two
videos which have recently leaked but he ‘says he will not be shaken
down anymore. He says he wants people to see the video and he wants to
accept responsibility.’

Indeed,
the footage of Bieber telling a racist joke was made public on Sunday
after he refused to pay $1million to the person who had obtained it.
The singer was held to ransom over the clip,
TMZ has said, by a man who had copied it from a computer hard drive belonging to the singer.

Sources
told the website that the 20-year-old’s reps were contacted two months
ago by a lawyer, who represented a client who had worked on the star’s
videos.

TMZ states that the lawyer said he’d sell the video to
the media unless Bieber forked out $1million, which was quickly refused.

The price was allegedly later dropped to $800,000 and then $500,000.

But the seller was ‘sent packing’ by Bieber’s representatives as they felt the video of him telling a racist joke ‘was not that harmful’ because he was only 15 when it was recorded.

The news emerged on the same day that the hitmaker was spotted boarding a private jet, after a brief stay stay at a swanky villa in Mexico.

Causing a stir: The news emerged as the hitmaker was spotted leaving a swanky villa in Mexico

Causing a stir: The news emerged as the hitmaker was spotted leaving a swanky villa in Mexico

'I thought it was OK to repeat hurtful words and jokes': The 20-year-old, pictured in the clip, blamed his actions on ignorance, but he insisted he's learned his lesson

‘I thought it was OK to repeat hurtful words and jokes': The 20-year-old, pictured in the clip, blamed his actions on ignorance, but he insisted he’s learned his lesson

On Tuesday,  The Sun
shared the new clip which shows the Canadian singer, wearing a dog tag
and a dark blue shirt, changing the words to his 2009 song One Less
Lonely Girl in order to use the n-word.

A
source told the newspaper: ‘Unfortunately this is the devastating
reality of how Justin has behaved and reveals his attitude toward such a
deeply emotive subject.

‘People
need to see this. Normal kids in society do not make these kind of
jokes. He is protected by a network of staff, but the camera doesn’t
lie.’

On Monday, the Mail reported how Bieber faced a backlash from his fans after the clip of him saying the n-word leaked on TMZ.

Showing him the way: Usher took Justin aside and showed him some racist videos to help him understand why his behaviour was so terrible

Showing him the way: Usher took Justin aside and showed him some racist videos to help him understand why his behaviour was so terrible

In hiding: Bieber has holed up at this luxury Mexican villa while he waited for the race row to blow over, it has was revealed

In hiding: Bieber has holed up at this luxury Mexican villa while he waited for the race row to blow over, it has was revealed

Company: Pals including the R  B singer Khalil were with Bieber at the stunning poolside hideaway

Company: Pals including the R B singer Khalil were with Bieber at the stunning poolside hideaway

It is
believed that both clips dating back to 2009 are from the same video. They will be seen as likely to prove particularly damaging to his career because of the help
he has received from African-American artists.

The Canadian star is signed to RBMG
Records, the label owned by black singer-songwriter Usher Raymond, while
he has performed with a string of black singers and rappers including
Will.i.am, Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne.

Bieber apologised for the clip this week, saying that when he was a child he did not realise how certain words could hurt, adding that he had learned from his mistakes.

Apologised: The first video showed Bieber in 2009 telling a racist joke but he has apologised

Apologised: The first video showed Bieber in 2009 telling a racist joke but he has apologised

He said: ‘As a kid, I didn’t
understand the power of certain words and how they can hurt. I thought
it was okay to repeat hurtful words and jokes, but didn’t realise at the
time that it wasn’t funny and that in fact my actions were continuing
the ignorance.

‘Thanks to
friends and family I learned from my mistakes and grew up and apologised
for those wrongs. Now that these mistakes from the past have become
public I need to apologise again to all those I have offended. I’m very
sorry.

‘I take my
friendships with people of all cultures very seriously and I apologise
for offending or hurting anyone with my childish and inexcusable
mistake. I was a kid then and I am a man now who knows my responsibility
to the world and to not make that mistake again.

‘Ignorance has no place in our society
and I hope the sharing of my faults can prevent others from making the
same mistake in the future. I thought long and hard about what I wanted
to say but telling the truth is always what’s right.

‘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.’

'I'm sorry': Bieber apologised for the earlier video clip this week, saying that when he was a child he did not realise how certain words could hurt, adding that he learned from his mistakes

‘I’m sorry': Bieber apologised for the earlier video clip this week, saying that when he was a child he did not realise how certain words could hurt, adding that he learned from his mistakes


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redvelvet12,

Los Angeles, United States,

4 hours ago

omg get over it he was just fooling around with his friends it’s not like he was doing it in public and the person who released the video is a fake friend.

dusk5900,

Key West, United States,

4 hours ago

I don’t like the kid, but i would like for anyone of you out there who claim to have never said anything bad or offending at 14 to step forward so I can call you a liar to your face.

Rayysofsunshine,

New York, United States,

4 hours ago

He’s still a child lol are you kidding.

JNZ,

auckland, New Zealand,

4 hours ago

While I understand that he was young at the time and admittedly most of us make stupid jokes as teenagers, the second video just crossed the line. It’s just a shame that Paula Deen had everything she worked for become nothing for simply using the ‘n’ word and Justin’s fans are attempting to justify his actions when he has made references to the “KKK” and the killing of black people. Its disgusting.

laura,

wales,

4 hours ago

I don’t think hes racist I think he was a stupid kid who has turned in to an arrogant stupid adult he is so lucky to have the life he has if he isn’t careful he will lost it

glamqueen22,

hamilton, Canada,

5 hours ago

omg get over it move on people

Yeswewantmore,

heverlee, Belgium,

5 hours ago

One less lonely spoiled career crushed!

Slim25,

London, United Kingdom,

5 hours ago

the video was disturbing….stopped it half way…couldn’t watch the second half

williams,

London, United Kingdom,

5 hours ago

Absolutely Disgusted.

little miss,

lincolnshire, United Kingdom,

5 hours ago

Hmmm the boy is not from my era but this has set up written all over it… Maybe you should rethink your closest friends…

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