JPEG Mafia and other Twitter users say they want Justin Bieber to perform an old racist melody he sang at next year’s Grammys.

After Justin Bieber’s performance of ‘Peaches’ at this years Grammys, Classist Clay and JPEG Mafia said they want Justin Bieber to perform at next year’s Grammys with some of his old work from 2011.

Peggy’s satire cuts straight to the issue and asks the question, “Why not play his old material next year for everyone to see?” JPEG Mafia’s fans immediately joined in on the joke in his comment section or posted the old video that Peggy was referring to.

“Can Justin Bieber do one less lonely N**GER at the Grammies next year? Please???”

Here are both the videos in question, which were filmed in 2011 for Justin Beiber’s documentary Never Say Never.

@DijahSB was the first to bring up the incident and made essentially the same statement as Peggy.

“I need justin bieber to perform one less lonely n*gger, my personal fav of his”

“”y’all gotta let this go” literally no. it is so funny. I will laugh at it forever”

Although, Justin Bieber has since issued an apology in 2019 for the remarks he made in the video, it didn’t appear to be enough for many who saw the apology as nothing more than damage control.

“As a kid, I didn’t understand the power of certain words and how they can hurt. 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.

Thanks to friends and family I learned from my mistakes and grew up and apologized for those wrongs. Now that these mistakes from the past have become public I need to apologize again to all those I have offended. I’m very sorry.

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.

I was a kid then and I am a man now who knows my responsibility to the world and not to make that mistake again. Ignorance has no place in our society and I hope the sharing of my faults can prevent others from making the same mistake in the future.

I thought long and hard about what I wanted to say but telling the truth is always what’s right. Five years ago I made a reckless and immature mistake and I’m grateful to those close to me who helped me learn those lessons as a young man. Once again….I’m sorry.”

People are also pointing out him parading around statements on sweatshirts such as this, and are calling it out for being fake.

“give the man a little credit, he made up for it with this fit for sure”

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