Justin Bieber drops his latest hit at Japan's controversial Yasukuni Shrine
Canadian Justin Bieber is back like hemorrhoids, after his latest hit ‘Clueless’ dropped on Tuesday at the Yasukuni Shrine, the Japanese shrine that honors the war dead. Only problem the shrine also includes some WWII war criminals.
An Instagram photo was posted by the annoying pop star showing two people standing at Yasukuni with the caption “Thank you for your blessings.” It received about 600,000 likes from people who obviously know their geopolitics quickly after that.
Unfortunately, a few hundred million Chinese Be-Riebers, who also know their geopolitics, were collectively butthurt along with Koreans upset at Bieber’s visit. The Chinese took to complaining on social media and asked Bieber to remove the picture out of respect for the dead. Funny how Chinese don’t acknowledge that Chinese leaders have killed way more Chinese people than the Japanese ever have. Yeah for propaganda!!
Bieber eventually took the photo down and apologized for his total ignorance on Instagram. “While in Japan I asked my driver to pull over for which I saw a beautiful shrine,” wrote Bieber. “I was mislead to think the Shrines were only a place of prayer. To anyone I have offended I am extremely sorry. I love you China and I love you Japan.”
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