Another video has emerged of a young Justin Bieber saying more horribly racist things.

Gosh ... if only celebrities weren't forced to record all of their worst moments for the world to see.

If only they weren't so dumb to begin with.

When Bieber was 14, he reportedly saw a random video in which a comedian parodied his song "One Less Lonely Girl," only the comedian replaced the word "girl" with an N-bomb, according to TMZ.

So Bieber parodied the parody, making a video in which he sang, "There'll be one less lonely (N-bomb).

Bieber's team told TMZ they wanted to make the video public so he can own what he did.

This comes only days after a video went public of 15-year-old Bieber dropping multiple N-bombs while telling a bad joke.

Justin Bieber performs during the Z100 Jingle Ball at Madison Square Gardens in New York, in this December 7, 2012 file photo.
Justin Bieber performs during the Z100 Jingle Ball at Madison Square Gardens in New York, in this December 7, 2012 file photo. (Reuters/Carlo Allegri/File)

Like I said, if only these poor celebrities weren't legally obligated to videotape everything they do ...

TMZ reported that Bieber told both User and Will Smith about the videos, saying he knew almost immediately it was a stupid thing to do. Usher reportedly then showed Bieber historically racist videos to show how hurtful those words can be.

Bieber's people are saying whomever has copies of the two videos have tried extorting money for them over the years. The idea now is to eliminate that possibility by getting out ahead of the story.

If that's the new strategy in Camp Bieber, the next few weeks could be mighty interesting.


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Bieber apologized earlier this week for the first video, saying, "I thought it was OK to repeat hurtful words and jokes, but didn't realize at the time that it wasn't funny and that in fact my actions were continuing the ignorance."

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