Justin Bieber’s dad Jeremy posts offensive anti-LGBTQ+ messages, then tender a half-assed apology


Jeremy Bieber, who has children with 3 different women, took to Twitter Wednesday to post a meme of a Pride flag and the message, ‘Don’t forget to thank a straight person this month for your existence.’

The meme comes on the heels of his posting Monday, which read, ‘We need to celebrate families. U know the reason we’re all here! The things this generation glorifies is unbelievable!’

Meanwhile, Jeremy’s message didn’t sit down well with the LGBTQ+ community and Justin’s fans – and ave certainly let him have it with their responses.

One wrote, ‘Don’t forget to thank Justin Bieber this month for your paid bills’ another said, ‘Yes! thanks straight man, who left your woman at the time raising your child alone. You are definitely the best person to something about family, respect and love.’

Jeremy had Justin Bieber with Pattie Mallette when the two were 18 and split shortly after.

Pattie raised Justin on her own with the help of her own parents … though Justin and Jeremy maintained a relationship as he got older.

Jeremy’s posts come on the heels of heightened tension and anti-LGBTQ legislation over the past several months.

A brawl recently broke out in California as a school board met to discuss including LGBTQ curriculum.

Now, Jeremy Bieber has offered up a half-assed apology, writing, ‘Acknowledging the nuclear family is offensive? My apologies to those offended. Was not my intent. Not that my opinion matters.’

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