Justin Bieber’s racist joke scandal has a new update with radio host Elvis Duran telling the pop singer to disappear for a while, reported.
“He needs to just disappear, grow up some, love life, learn how to be a guy and be a man, and come back and put an album out and it’ll be number one,” the Z100 radio show
He added, “I really think it’s a good time for Justin — as a very talented artist, which we’re totally forgetting about — it’s time for him to go away for a while.”
Just recently, two damaging videos broke the social media just showing the “Boyfriend” singer cracking a racist joke while using the N-word in a parody of his 2009 hit song.”
He also allegedly joked about joining the Ku Klux Klan.
The recent Justin Bieber racist joke scandal earned various reactions in Twitter and Facebook.
The radio host, who has already interviewed the 20-year-old singer in his show, also added that the public has gotten used to with the pop star’s antics. He even added that the public is no longer surprised with the rumors and scandals the singer has been involved with.
“As awful as these tapes are, I think people are saying, ‘Oh, well, no surprise there,’ because there’s so much negative there about Justin,” he said.
“My theory about Justin in that there’s something awful being written about him every week – it’s to the point where I don’t even think people hear it anymore,” he surmised.
In his Instagram post, Justin responded to the second video release last Wednesday quoting a Bible verse about committing sins and receiving forgiveness.
“When your sins weigh heavily upon you, come to Me,” the post says.
“Confess your wrong doing, which I know all about before you say a word. Stay in the Light of My Presence, receiving forgiveness, cleansing, and healing. Remember that I have clothed you in My Righteousness, so nothing can separate you from Me. Whenever you stumble or fall, I am there to help you up,” it added.
The radio host added that he knows Justin “is not an awful guy.”
“He makes bad decisions — makes him look bad — but the things he’s posting in his defense, I think he’s just trying to figure out what to do.”
In another report, the video caught the then 15-year-old singer asking “Why are black people afraid of chainsaws?”
He immediately delivered the punch line, despite a number of hesitations from the crowd, saying “Run n*****-, n*****, n*****, n*****, n*****.” While saying this, he was making noise like that of a chainsaw. After the release, Bieber abruptly stated his apology.