Animation Video from Taiwan Pokes Fun at Bieber

Justin Bieber has been making headlines this week, but now the Taiwanese are poking fun at his laser tag incident. In case you haven’t heard, Bieber was involved in a minor altercation with a 12-year-old boy after he repeatedly called Bieber an anti-gay slur. A YouTube video from Next Media Animation mocks the star, the incident and his driving skills (or lack thereof).

According to TMZ, Bieber has told his friends he had no idea how hurtful these comments could be. How will Bieber respond to his international audience poking fun at the “hurtful” incident? The video attests to the teen’s fame because people in Taiwan are buzzing about the bullying. Does this mean that his PR team is doing a good job?

The young star has done a reputable job of maintaining a positive image. The police have confirmed that Bieber did not fight back after being taunted by the other boy. Should Bieber respond to his international audience? Is it good or bad publicity that people abroad are talking about the incident?

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