The Independent reports that British publication The Sun viewed a second video, this one with Bieber altering the lyrics to his hit "One Less Lonely Girl" to "crack a vile joke about killing black people."
Bieber is laughing and joking about joining the notorious white supremacist group in the song which he renamed "One Less Lonely N-----" in the video footage. The video is 24-seconds long with Bieber giggling as he sings the song. A girl can also be heard in the background as Bieber sings the derogatory title and refers to the Ku Klux Klan.
"Unfortunately this is the devastating reality of how Justin behaved and reveals his attitude toward such a deeply emotive subject," an insider told The Sun. "People need to see this. Normal kids in society do not make these kind of jokes. He is protected by a network of staff, but the camera doesn't lie. This is the real Justin."
There's no word as to when this latest video was shot or if it's from the same time period as the first video. Bieber released "One Less Lonely Girl" in 2009 off his debut EP "My World." Neither Bieber, his manager Scooter Braun or anyone from his label have yet commented on this new video. Usher, Bieber's mentor and the songwriter of "One Less Lonely Girl," has not commented on either of the racist videos.
Speaking of, the first video featuring Bieber cracking racist jokes was apparently known by Bieber's representatives to have existed for a few months now according to TMZ. The publication reports representatives for Bieber were contacted roughly two months ago by a lawyer for a man who worked on one of Bieber's early video projects. The unidentified man reportedly had access to Bieber's personal hard drive and swiped the first controversial video on it.
The man allegedly threatened to sell the video to media outlets unless his demand of $1,000,000 from Bieber was paid. When Bieber's representatives refused, the man's lawyer dropped the asking price to $800,000. As late as last week, the man's lawyer contacted Bieber's representatives with a price of $500,000 to keep the tape from emerging. Bieber's people said the figure "wasn't even in the ballpark."
Sources close to the outlet said the deal wasn't made as Bieber's representatives felt the tape wasn't harmful given he was 15-years-old when he uttered the joke.