Last month, Justin Bieber visited and prayed at a controversial shrine in Japan.
Although Bieber offered an apology on Instagram to any Chinese people offended by the incident, he failed to recognise the importance of the shrine to Koreans.
This Twitter user said: “You can’t help a person who doesn’t think.”
The pop star issued a further apology on Thursday evening:
And despite many of his followers, or Beliebers, supporting his message…
1. … there were a surprisingly large number who responded with bewildered posts, because they have no idea what a shrine is. Here are some of them:
9. It just didn’t stop.
21. The most compelling defence of Bieber’s actions might just be that he himself *PLOT TWIST* might not know what a shrine is.
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