Justin Bieber is about 6-minutes out of the womb and so the thought of abortion is probably both confusing and really fucking threatening to him. But that didn’t stop Rolling Stone’s Vanessa Grigoriadis from asking him what his thoughts about abortion and rape pregnancies at the age of 16. The Lesbeaver’s answer suddenly made him a pro-life advocate and accidental rape apologist. Rolling Stone and Justin Bieber are now trying to smooth out the bubbles in the shit puddle.
They have both jumped on their tricycles and are backpedaling straight into oncoming traffic. Rolling Stone issued a correction yesterday and apologized for leaving one sentence out of his “RAPE PREGNANCIES: Everything happens for a reason!” answer. This is what was originally printed:
“Um. Well, I think that’s really sad, but everything happens for a reason. I guess I haven’t been in that position, so I wouldn’t be able to judge that.”
And here’s the new and still not improved quote in its entirety. I’ve bolded the new sentence in case your eyeballs are slightly blurry from being covered with a thick layer of fear due to the picture above.
“Um. Well, I think that’s really sad, but everything happens for a reason. I don’t know how that would be a reason. I guess I haven’t been in that position, so I wouldn’t be able to judge that.”
Vanessa Grigoriadis defended Wade Bieber’s comments to Popeater and said he didn’t mean it like that.
“I think he meant that God has a plan. Even for the most die-hard Christian, it’s hard to justify rape as part of God’s plan, and harder to justify rape that leads to pregnancy and abortion. I think he was wrestling with that in his answer, which I found to be solid and logical. I think it is being widely misunderstood. He did not say that rape was part of God’s plan.”
And I don’t think Justin Bieber becoming the famous singing toddler in the world was part of God’s plan either.
We should all just back up, take a deep breath of bong smoke and fully realize that I’m writing and you’re reading about a 16-year-old pop star’s thoughts on abortion. It’s come to this. I wonder if there’s room on the Bieber’s backpedaling tricycle headed for doom?