50 Cent has defended Justin Bieber’s controversial comments which referred to Anne Frank as a ‘Belieber’.
The singer who had left a comment in the guestbook after a trip to Anne Frank’s house in Amsterdam left a message which had read: “Truly inspiring to be able to come here. Anne was a great girl. Hopefully she would have been a Belieber.”
After the message was posted by the museum on their Facebook fanpage, Justin faced backlash and criticism. But 50 Cent has claimed that: ‘she probably would have been.’
The rapper’s comments in Vulture Magazine come after his ‘Pain and Gain’ co-star actor Mark Walberg suggested that Justin needs to ‘Go take a vacation.’
The actor went on to claim that Justin need to start making an effort to remain low key after a string of controversies surrounding the star.
The actor advised Justin: “I think it’s probably best to put down the phone and Twitter and all that stuff and just be a little more low-key right now.”
The 41 – year – old added: “Because they’re watching every move he makes, everything he says, and less is more. Go take a vacation.”
50 Cent isn’t the first person to speak out on Justin’s controversial comments as Leonardo DiCaprio insisted that once you get into the spotlight, no one gives you guidance on how to manage life when you get famous.
He said: “There’s no handbook for being splashed on the cover of People magazine when you didn’t want to be there, or being on the cover of the Enquirer, you know, all these magazines, and being talked about here and there, speculated, you know, ‘Who’s he? What’s he doing here? What’s he doing with this person?’ or whatever. I had nobody to talk to. I had nobody to guide me”.
Justin has had a string of dramas following him lately, including the pop star smoking cannabis, being kicked out of European hotels, having his pet monkey confiscated, and posting a racy cartoon image depicting himself lying in bed with a naked ‘Belieber’ fan.
Perhaps Justin should take note of some much needed advice!