Justin Bieber apologized for promoting Morgan Wallen’s “Dangerous: The Double Album” on Instagram Stories on Wednesday, six months after the country singer was caught on camera using a racist slur.
“As you know, I don’t endorse or accept racism or prejudice in any form. He said, “I had no notion, and I truly apologize to anyone I upset.”
In a second post, he added, “When I was a child, I was very dumb and uttered some really nasty racial jokes that were plainly not amusing.” “I injured a lot of people in my life, especially Black people, but I was lucky enough to have them educate me on the horrific origins of the n-word.” This resurrects those horrible memories, and I will always accept responsibility for my ignorance and past because I am not that person.”
A few days later, another video of Bieber was released, this time recording him uttering the slur, as well as an apology.
In his apologies on Wednesday, the musician said that he had “so much more to learn” and thanked his “Black brothers and sisters for being patient” with him.