Justin Bieber's N-Word Song Called 'What She Wants' Is Fake


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Bieber's team says that the song, which contains racial slur, was posted on YouTube by a user who customizes his/her account to look like the singer's real account.

Justin Bieber has been accused of using N-word in a song, which recently hit the web. However, Bieber's team has confirmed that the song is fake as it is not sung by the 19-year-old Canadian hearttrob.

In the song called "What She Wants", someone whose voice does sound like Bieber can be heard singing about a girl he's in love with. "I know how to treat her/ She want me to be her ni**a," he sings the hook.

Bieber's team told TMZ that the song was uploaded to YouTube by someone, who created an account which looks very similar to Bieber's real YouTube account. Bieber's record company, Universal Music Group, has issued a copyright claim and the song has now been removed from the internet entirely.

The singer behind "What She Wants" has been identified as Khalil Underwood. Meanwhile, the person who owned the fake YouTube account remains unknown.

© AceShowbiz.com


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