When a video surfaced on June 1 showing a 15-year-old Justin Bieber using the N-w0rd, the ‘Boyfriend’ singer sent an official apology to his fans — and anyone else who was offended (which was, of course, everyone). But when a second shocking N-word video surfaced on June 4, he stayed silent. Until now — Justin JUST took to his Instagram to post a Bible verse about sin on June 4. An apology, maybe?
Is an Instagram Bible verse about “confessing your wrongdoing” Justin Bieber‘s way of apologizing for his second racist video leak of the week? While the 20-year-old singer has yet to make an official statement after the release of his second N-word clip, he just posted a meaningful Instagram message with no caption, but only a photo of a page from the Bible.
Justin Bieber’s N-Word Video Apology: The Biebs Instagrams Bible Verse
It’s safe to say Justin is not having the best week. When a first video surfaced on June 1 of a young Justin using the N-word, he apologized by saying that he’s “learned” from his mistakes and grown up and “apologized for those wrongs.” Read his full apology right here.
When the second video was released on June 4 — this one showing Justin singing his hit song “One Less Lonely Girl”, with the lyrics changed to “One Less Lonely N-Word” — Justin didn’t make an official statement. But he did post some Bible verses on Instagram.
The page he posted begins with the sentence, “When your sins weigh heavily upon you, come to Me.” Various Bible verses are also shown on the page, including a quote from 1 John 1:7, which reads:
But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus, his Son, purifies us from all sin.
See the entire page from Justin’s post in our photo above or on his Instagram page. We know that Justin made an official apology when his first video was released, so only time will tell if he will make another official statement. We’ll keep you updated on all of the latest developments here at HollywoodLife.com.
Usher & Selena Gomez React To Justin’s N-Word Videos
In the wake of these two shocking videos, Justin’s ex Selena Gomez feels sorry for him. “Selena always feels that she should protect Justin, and as long as he continues to get in trouble, she will continue to feel bad for him and want to do something to help,” a source close to Selena EXCLUSIVELY revealed to HollywoodLife.com.
Justin’s mentor, Usher, however, is “disappointed” in his protege’s behavior, another insider told us.
What do YOU think about Justin’s Biblical Instagram post, HollywoodLifers? Do you think this is his first step toward an apology for the second video release? Let us know!
— Megan Ross