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Attractive looking Justin Bieber told Gulf News: ‘I think it’s up to the guy to be romantic. I think it’s the guy’s responsibility to take [a girl] out. It can’t be the other way around. That would take away my masculinity if that [were to] happen.

On Japan: ‘I like the culture and [the people] are very, very nice. I like how they bow and take off their shoes when they go to someone’s house. It’s similar to Canada. In Canada we take off our shoes when we go to houses. In America, you just walk in with your dirty shoes all over the carpet.’


  • Lillybug

    It’s true you can’t judge a whole country off of one person.

    You don’t see one of the most popular American celebrities come to live in Canada and criticize it constantly comparing it to America. I don’t know… it just seems disrespectful to me. I think he owes a lot of his success and popularity to this country and he just seems rude. I know all countries have their faults but I’ve honestly never heard him say anything remotely positive about this country. He doesn’t have to live here…

  • Anonymous

    The only thing he said was that Americans don’t take their shoes off when they go inside.It’s just a small thing, why are people so defensive. You have ur claws out even before he speaks. And btw, he’s right, whyyy don’t some people take their shoes off? I don’t get it, they are dirty. I always take my shoes off, summer, winter, whenever??? hahah:)

  • Lillybug

    Honestly, he makes me dislike Canada and Canadians. I feel bad too becuz i know not all of them are like him… but he’s just too much.

  • Anonymous

    Yeah he’s right ! I’m canadian and I went in america for a school trip
    And they didn’t put their shoes off

  • Anonymous

    Honestly, he makes me dislike Canada and Canadians. I feel bad too becuz i know not all of them are like him… but he’s just too much.
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    Canadians can say the same thing about douchey American celebrities. You don’t represent a country based off one person.

  • Justinsuglyglasses

    The constant reference to Canada and being Canadian could simply be a sign of patriotism. Nothing wrong with that. It’s Justin telling people what masculinity is which I find offensive. Not coconut tossing offensive, just offensive.

  • Anonymous

    huh, I never thought about the shoes. I guess that’s why my american friends look at me funny when I take my shoes off.

  • Anonymous

    Go back to Canada then. America doesn’t want you Justin.

  • Justinsuglyglasses

    Who are Justin’s role models? Seriously! A guy who is confident in his masculinity would have no issue being taken out by a girl. I think masculinity can be established by things such as maturity, intelligence, and courage. Maybe Justin should try to develop these attributes if he is concerned about his masculinity? Or maybe grow some chest hair?

  • Anonymous

    I get what he’s saying he just needs to learn to word
    his shit better & some people would stop thinking he’s
    such a douche. There’s a way to say any & everything and
    he’s clearly have yet to master that.

  • Anonymous

    Wait. Americans don’t take off their shoes when they’re inside?

  • Anonymous

    He just insulted America. Not everyone just go inside someone’s house with their shoes.

  • Anonymous1

    What an idiot. It probably doesn’t cross his mind that its the CLIMATE not the COUNTRY… He lives in California/Atlanta where the climates are warmer, which usually means that people can get away with wearing their shoes inside houses. In more northern areas you’d be tracking all the mud/snow through the house. That is why i take off my shoes when I enter my home. Has nothing to do with me being Canadian.

  • Anonymous

    He plays the “I’m Canadian” card so much, like he thinks it’ll sway people’s opinions of him. News flash Justin: Every time you make a stupid statement like this about Canada or Canadians, it just makes you look very uneducated.

  • Anony

    THANK YOU! He sounds like an ungrateful prick.

  • Esse

    I’m fucking tired of him taking jabs at America every chance he gets. I’ve been to many homes here where people have insisted that shoes be left by the door, and I’m sure not everyone in Canada follows the no-shoes-in-the-house policy.

    His masculinity comment was douchy.