Justin Bieber Sexy Black Skirt Auckland

justin-bieber-skirt (23)Justin Bieber looked sexy in black skirt and leggings in Auckland. Cher Lloyd revealed that Bieby was her ‘scariest’ celebrity meeting because she could not read him. Listen under!

Justin Bieber told THR: ‘I’m very influenced by black culture, but I don’t think of it as black or white. It’s not me trying to act or pose in a certain way. It’s a lifestyle, like a suaveness or a swag, per se. But I don’t really like to say the word [‘swag’] anymore. It’s kind of played out.



  • lolumadhuh

    everything was fine till i scrolled down to his pants..

  • JUG

    That line from Justin about being influenced by black culture is weird. Rap or gangsta rap culture is not synonymous with black culture. Contrary to popular belief, most black people do not behave like rappers or gangsta rappers. Wish Justin would be more careful in his public statements. It perpetuates harmful black stereotypes and reinforces views of him as being ignorant and culturally insensitive. Also, this may hurt perfume sales and movie ticket sales. If he’s going to say this, he should at least wait til lots of people have bought the perfume and tickets and can’t return them.

    • ivan

      Eminem was influenced by black culture yet no one criticizes him; Justin is merely speaking of things like the music and the hip hop style of clothes. R and B is music that has been dominated by black artists and that is his favorite style of music. He is not a rapper nor does he hang out with them all the time.

      • gg

        what a stupid statement! Eminem was not “influenced” by black culture. That was the environment where he grew up and was surrounded with during all his life and not just when he got famous and rich like Justin.

        • Hov

          You’re the only one stupid here. Because he grew up there and it was his environment he was influenced, you get influenced by your environment doesn’t matter if you grew up in the special one or got into it it influences you and you pick up stuff from it. White people can be into black culture and there’s nothing wrong with it, so it’s ok for everyone but not for Bieber? Smh. Bieber was always dressing the same, even before he was famous he would wear hats backwards and pants and stuff, pick up some actual information before talking shit.

          • ivan

            I don’t know how we got from male skirts to black culture. But I am talking about aspects of black culture such as clothing styles-how urban kids dress as well as music tastes. Even Elvis and Bruno Mars have been influenced by music made popular by black artists. I am speaking of music, dress, certain manarisms-that’s all.

          • Hov

            Well on this site every breath of Bieber is searched for a flaw so they can criticize the dude lol literally just to discuss everything he does and make it look bad. I have no problem with anyone because everyone should be able to express themselves the way they want to. Many white people were influenced by black culture and there’s nothing wrong with it. Bruno said himself many blue’s singers back from 80’s inspired him such as Muddy Waters and Etta James, black culture is rich with many things and people lack the ability to recognize it.

          • ivan

            Thanks. That is all I am trying to say.

        • ivan

          If it walks like a duck, it is a duck. He WAS reared in Detroit where he was exposed to rap and hip hop dress styles becoming the best in the rap world; He was not born knowing rap and wearing the clothes he wears. I am not putting him down. Justin also grew up with both white and black friends; he lived in a housing project with his mum. His musical influences were Boyz 2 Men, M.J. and Usher. As i said he’s not a rapper; why the antagonism toward a kid that does not show a racist bone in his body-is it because he’s white. Who do you think are the main buyers of rap? By the way, I am hispanic.

          • gg

            His mom lived in a house project when she was pregnant. No, Justin was not created in contact with anything of black culture. He was just influenced by what he saw on tv as many others young boys. Not comparable with Eminem at all. Not even a little bit

          • gg

            I’m not saying he can’t be influenced by black culture because of course he can. Just saying that compare him to Eminem is dumb.

          • ivan

            I just said he had black friends and admired black artists with their music whom he saw, as you said, on TV [not even sure he had one since he was poor. I admire Eminem as one of the greats in rap; don’t want to get an argument from Tupac fans. Lol

  • no just(in) no

    i dont understand this skirt shit. that is straight feminine. The industry is really trying to desensitize youth and in particular young men to get used to all of this femininity for even so called straight men. its really sad. its not fashionable its dumb as fuck.

    • anon

      men always used skirt. don’t you never learnt History?

      • no just(in) no

        did you ever stay awake during English? Yes i know, but that was apart of their culture. justin and most of other famous people wearing skirts now are not doing it based off any culture. Justin is doing it because he thinks its cool and whats happening in fashion right now. But what woman would actually want their man to wear a skirt (when it has nothing to do with their culture)? and that’s why i said what i said. i respect your statement though.

        • sigh

          did you ever stay awake during English? Yes i know, but that was apart of their culture. demi and most of other famous people wearing pants now are not doing it based off any culture. Demi is doing it because she thinks its cool and whats happening in fashion right now. But what man would actually want their woman to wear pants (when it has nothing to do with their culture)? and that’s why i said what i said. i respect your statement though.


          i hope you can now see why your statement is terribly sexist. men can wear what they want; women can wear what they want. i agree that the skirt pant things are ugly, but if he/kanye want to wear them let them. it doesn’t “desensitize” anyone, and even if it did does it matter? there is no right and wrong with fashion. if people want to bend the rules on what is “sex appropriate” let them. it’s not going to hurt you any.

  • ivan

    There is more to black culture than rap or rappers. It includes hip hop style in clothing, coolness of bearing rather than a nerdy corniness what some would call swag [not the gay connotation the Urban Dictionary gives it} but confidence, self assured per Websters Dictionary. To repeat, Justin’s genre of music is mainly R and B not rap.