International collector of pop hits, bad haircuts and reckless driving tickets, Justin Bieber, visited Yasukuni Shrine recently, the controversial Shinto shrine wherein rest convicted Japanese war criminals.
According to Time magazine, the Bieb visited the shrine and apparently made a gesture of honoring the heinous war criminals by Tweeting, “Thank you for your blessings,” even though that would apparently indicate that either the war dead were blessing him for his pop hit “Baby” which brings much comfort to the damned, or that Bieber himself has a very poor grasp of the English language.
Regardless, the Tweet was quickly taken down when Bieber’s handlers realized that his doubtless legions of Chinese fans were none too fond of the gesture. Bieber half-apologized by way of writing, “I love you China and I love you Japan,” leaving Beliebers of both countries to squabble over why China was mentioned first.
Who are we kidding? So-called “Beliebers” are quickly evaporating as the 20-year old star relentlessly strives to prove that he is, in fact, Satan incarnate.