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Watch: Justin Bieber Caught on Tape Saying the N Word—Again

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Jun. 4 2014, Published 6:47 p.m. ET

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Aw, a bad situation is getting worse for Justin Bieber. Just a few days after an old tape was released of him making a racist joke, another tape has come out with Bieber as a kid, casually dropping the N word once again. Let's see how team Bieber reacts this time!

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On Sunday night, Bieber apologized for a recently released video of him during the Never Say Never shoot telling a joke involving the N word. "I take my friendships with people of all cultures very seriously and I apologize for offending or hurting anyone with my childish and inexcusable mistake," he tweeted. Now TMZ has yet another video, this time of Bieber singing his hit "One Less Lonely Girl" as "One Less Lonely N*gger." Yikes. Watch the video here:

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Bieber appears to be only 15 or 16 during the time of the taping—note the much lauded swishy hair—not that it's any excuse for his behavior. He even joked about joining the KKK in this one! Bieber, your move is next.

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What do you think of this video of Bieber? How do you think he will apologize this time? Are you surprised to hear him speak this way? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @OKMagazine.

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