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justin Bieber Uses the ‘N’ Word on Camera. Is this a Problem or Just Hip Hop?

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Justin Beiber drops the N word while telling a joke to friends. me I personally don’t like the word but it is used heavily in hip hop and among the black community. Justin is seen throughout the hip hop community hanging with friends like Floyd Mayweather and many other rappers and African American celebrities. I guess he has the ok to call people niggas! what do you think?

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45 thoughts on “justin Bieber Uses the ‘N’ Word on Camera. Is this a Problem or Just Hip Hop?

  1. Okay… Here are my $2…
    Now as an individual not of the U.S.. I personally find the N word offensive. Why? Well coming up in the U.K it wasn’t a word that we use. Moreover, in the U.K. in school we were taught that the word was offensive just like the use of the following terms sunshine, gollywog, boy, etc.
    Now All I have heard over the yrs regarding the N word and embracing it as a term of endearment is a load of bs.
    Example… music has no colour, so if I was white and chose to sing/rap a song ; why should I skip the N word whilst chanting along?! Now that’s bs… If you choose to adopt something albeit negative how can you dare!!! Dictate who can/cannot use the word….
    I don’t know a rape victim who embraces their rapist and cares to remember/relive the unfortunate incident.
    I realized I cannot stop anyone from using the word to inc those in my immediate circle whom I have alot of respect for hiwever that being said, it has been communicated that I despise the word so out of respect the use thereof is kept to a min… That in itself is a task… My $2… I could go on for days but I think I’ll quit whilst ahead…

  2. Okay… Here are my $2…
    Now as an individual not of the U.S.. I personally find the N word offensive. Why? Well coming up in the U.K it wasn’t a word that we use. Moreover, in the U.K. in school we were taught that the word was offensive just like the use of the following terms sunshine, gollywog, boy, etc.
    Now All I have heard over the yrs regarding the N word and embracing it as a term of endearment is a load of bs.
    Example… music has no colour, so if I was white and chose to sing/rap a song ; why should I skip the N word whilst chanting along?! Now that’s bs… If you choose to adopt something albeit negative how can you dare!!! Dictate who can/cannot use the word….
    I don’t know a rape victim who embraces their rapist and cares to remember/relive the unfortunate incident.
    I realized I cannot stop anyone from using the word to inc those in my immediate circle whom I have alot of respect for hiwever that being said, it has been communicated that I despise the word so out of respect the use thereof is kept to a min… That in itself is a task… My $2… I could go on for days but I think I’ll quit whilst ahead…

  3. This poor boy is so messed up. I believe he is willing to get attention by any means necessary. The problem is the media feeds into it. Just like a child having a tantrum. He should be ignored. As long as people react and feed into mess like this, he and others like him will continue to be something for the media to get people all out of sorts.

  4. 2 chainz is a lyrical atrocity and I like Chris Brown. G Huff Ohio’s Best, you make a decent and valid point. Today’s hip-hop is nothing less than noise. The beat will carry you, but the words will make you wanna smack the producer.

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