Lupe Fiasco Compares Justin Bieber To Donald Sterling Following 'Racist' Video

Stars such as Russell Brand and Usher may have defended Justin Bieber following the recent "racist" video that was leaked. But Lupe Fiasco does not think that Biebs should be let off the hook that easily.

Justin not only hit headlines because of the "racist" clip this week, but he was also caught singing about the infamous Ku Klux Klan, in another vid.

And despite many stars backing the Baby superstar, Lupe has compared him to Donald Sterling, who was forced to sell the Los Angeles Clippers after a tape was leaked of him making racist comments.

Fiasco told MTV: "Justin Bieber said it (so) it's cool, and people are already coming to his defence. I don't think anybody should be allowed to profit off racism."

Lupe Fiasco has spoken out about THAT Bieber video (WENN)

"Donald Sterling made a billion dollars (when) he sold the team, and there was such an uproar about somebody who didn't use the N-word at all, but then you have somebody who made a very racist joke about it (Bieber) - I wonder if Justin Bieber's gonna get the same treatment as Donald Sterling?" the star continued.

"I don't think he will... It's an absurd thing - you get somebody who we 'like' who says it, and says it even more 'racist-ier' (sic) and we don't bat an eyelash (sic) at it," Lupe added.

Another rapper that has voiced his opinions on Biebs is 50 Cent, with Fiddy saying that he worries that the singer has become a little lost in the world of showbiz.

50 Cent told The Sun: "I don't think he's a racist. I don't think even he knows who he is at this point - he's so young. When you see people become huge stars real early, it's tough for them. You have to grow up with all these expectations. I think Justin's still a baby and he's lost."

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