Justin Bieber Get’s Bullied And Fights Back

E ven super star’s have feelings..

Yesterday one of the most famous people in the world (Justin Bieber) was called a “faggot” and now the superstar plans to help stop bullying using his unfortunate experience as an example for all.  Kids these days can be very cruel but I personally believe this incident goes to show just how smart bullies really are.  Anyone with any intelligence at all should know that calling one of the biggest stars in the world a fag would probably end badly for them.  I don’t believe that becoming violent with the boy was the right move however there seems to be some speculation that the boy had Justin cornered, so perhaps Justin pushed him to get away from him and wasn’t violent at all.  I’m glad that Justin is taking this opportunity to speak out against homophobia and against bullying as I have always believed Justin has purposely evaded and or shunned his gay fan base and sometimes even seems to overcompensate his straightness, in interviews, and in the songs he sings to try to take the possibility of his being gay completely off the table.  I guess this just goes to show that no matter who you are, a bully will push you to your limits at some time or another, it’s up to you to do the right thing in that situation, whatever that may be.  My question to you is do you think that Justin is handling this appropriately or should he have handled this another way?  Also what can he do with his fame to help stop bullying? Good or bad I want to hear your comments.

Thanks!

Chris

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  1. VMAX guy October 20, 2010 at 2:44 am #

    Amazing post thank you!

    Sent from my iPhone 4G

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