Justin Bieber Said Anne Frank Would Have Been A “Belieber”

Justin Bieber is a mentally unstable white guy who is blindly followed by millions of people, so the irnony of his visiting the museum of a 15-year girl who died trying to escape the exact same thing isn't lost on me, but since Justin Bieber thinks everything is about him, he completlely missed the point of the trip, and the only thing he thought after a tour that explained a young girl's desperate cling of hope that all people are good despite the horrific atrocities happening around her is that she would like his shitty music. So try not to be surprised by what the museum wrote on their Facebook page.

Yesterday night Justin Bieber visited the Anne Frank House, together with his friends and guards. Fans were waiting outside to see a glimpse of him. He stayed more than an hour in the museum. In our guestbook he wrote: "Truly inspiring to be able to come here. Anne was a great girl. Hopefully she would have been a belieber." Tonight Bieber will give a concert in Arnhem in the Netherlands.

His people are now backtracking of course in a statement that basically says, "OMFGGG suCK iT HAAaaTTerrzzz!". People reports:

"Justin took the time to visit the museum after reading Anne Frank's diaries – he wanted to follow-up by visiting her house. Someone told Justin during the tour that Anne was very into pop culture and probably would've been a fan of Justin," the source says. "It's sad that people are so quick to criticize without understanding the context with which he made those comments."

Yes, and Harriet Tubman would have really been into The Backstreet Boys. And the acoustics in Auschwitz must be great. Shut up. Shut the hell up. Is there any reason why we still have a treaty with Canada? This seems like a good reason to break it. And as expected, the Beliebers took to Twiiter to show their appreciaion over the history lesson with stuff like THIS. Now read that again. Now go outside and slap every teenager you see. Anne Frank will thank you.

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By todd, April 15, 2013 0 comments