Justin Bieber has apologized for racist videos made while the pop mega-star was still in his teens, but many understandably feel that even the sincerest admission of guilt is simply not enough, given the abhorrent content of Bieber's bigoted "jokes."
"Justin Bieber said it, so it's cool and people are already coming to his defense," said Fiasco in an interview with MTV.
"Donald Sterling made a billion dollars when he sold the team and then there was such an uproar over someone who didn't use the N-word at all, but then you have someone who made a very racist joke about it - I wonder if Justin's gonna get the same treatment as Donald Sterling."
"I don't think he will," Lupe continued. "It's an absurd thing. You get somebody who we 'like' who says it, and says it even more 'racist-ier' and we don't bat an eyelash at it."
Yeah. Selfies like this work if you're Matthew McConaughey. Not Justin Bieber. Also, Matthew McConaughey would never post selfies like this because he doesn't need to constantly beg for attention or prove to himself that he's cool.
Ruining your own life is one thing, but when you cross the line into DUI, drag racing and starting fights? That's when you're bringing others down with you (and may even be risking their lives), and you essentially suck as a person.