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Instead Of Memorizing His Lyrics To ‘Despacito’ Justin Bieber Sang ‘Blah Blah Blah Burrito’ And People Were Pissed

In a video posted to Instagram yesterday, Justin Bieber appeared to bomb the #1 hit song “Despacito” at 1 Oak in New York City. Joined on stage by his buddies The Chainsmokers, Bieber took some time to shout them out before starting what appeared to be an improvised set of the smash hit song. The song, featuring Bieber on its remix, is currently the #1 song in both the U.S. and the U.K., so an improvised set of the song should be no problem, right? Well…

“Despacito” is a number one hit around the world. Justin Bieber definitely has it memorized, right? Wrong.

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Apparently the Biebs only knows his English part of the song, handing the microphone off to anyone in the audience who will give it a shot. He shouts to someone whose name he clearly doesn’t know in the audience, “Headband, get over here and sing this!”

So, what happens to the rest of the song you say?

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You know, the lyrics sung in the beautiful Spanish language we all love? Well, to JB that’s an easy fix, just cover it all in “blahs.” Bieber literally sings “blah-blah blah-blah” over the entire thing, only stopping to say “De – spa – cito.” It’s got to be pretty embarrassing that your hit song is #1 around the world and you can’t even sing it.

Then he got STRAIGHT UP disrespectful.

Embarrassingly, he sings, “Des-pa-cito. I don’t know the words so I say poquito. I don’t know the words so I say Dorito. I don’t know the words so I say mosquito.” He starts out pretty rough, then gets worse with the stereotypes. “Dabba dabba dabba dabba dabba burrito. I ate the burrito. I just want un poquito.”

And you *know* Twitter came for him.

But at the very least Kevin Hart knows some Spanish words.

Some users were rightfully upset.

“Don’t fetishize him speaking Spanish while PoCs are cussed out by Whites when PoCs speak Spanish.” Twitter user @anglleija wrote.

For some it was about respecting the language and culture.

Many feel Latinos are constantly being disrespected in the U.S.

The Biebs reminded some of Katy Perry singing in the Sims made up language, “Simlish.”

At leas this is a real language to someone.

We hope he’s learned his lesson and will be better prepared next time he’s on stage.

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But something tells us, that might just be wishful thinking.

What did Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee think?

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They probably laughed it off.

Fonsi has already taken his hat off to Bieber for wanting to sing in Spanish on the track.

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Fonsi made it sound like Bieber really cared about the lyrics being in Spanish. So, maybe it was just an off night for him?

Either way, it may take some time for some Latinos to forget this one.

We’ve got our eyes on you, JB. ?


[H/T] HuffPo

READ: This Song That Your Parents Danced To Is Finally About To Be Eclipsed By ‘Despacito’ On The Charts


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Canadian Coffee Chain Tim Horton’s Updated Their Lids And Justin Bieber Is Not Having It, “It’s A D*** Outrage And Needs To Be Changed Back”

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Canadian Coffee Chain Tim Horton’s Updated Their Lids And Justin Bieber Is Not Having It, “It’s A D*** Outrage And Needs To Be Changed Back”

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Have you ever wondered, ’How does Justin Bieber take his coffee?’ Well, the answer is, seriously, very seriously. The pop super-star took to Instagram just a few days ago, to slam the Canadian coffee chain, Tim Horton’s, because they had the audacity to change their coffee cup lids! Needless to say, The Biebs was not happy about the change. here’s what went down.

Justin Bieber is not impressed with Tim Hortons coffee cup lids.

https://www.instagram.com/p/B2_h6cagTff/ The Canadian fast food chain, Tim Hortons, has received criticism over their leaky lids in the past, so they completely revamped them this year —but Bieber was not having it. The Canadian singer posted a poll on Instagram asking his followers: “Who’s Canadian and misses these lids at Tim Hortons like I do?”

After posting a poll about the lids on his Instagram story, Bieber posted the results.

Bieber posted the poll results on his Instagram page, showing 70 per cent of the people who voted miss the lids and 30 per cent did not. “@timhortons I know they could leak but it was easier to drink out of.. the coffee would come out better.. these new lids are uncomfortable on the mouth, and you get very little liquid each drink,” Bieber captioned the poll results.

Bieber was also upset that the lids were made out of plastic.

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“It’s a damn outrage and needs to be changed back. Tbh [to be honest] it shouldn’t be plastic find a way to be recyclable let’s change the world 1 lid at a time,” Bieber added.

Bieber posted a response from Tim Hortons on Instagram.

The ‘Love Yourself’ singer then took to Instagram to post the response he received from the coffee house ‘“We’re making a a change one lid at a time. Thanks @timhortons,” the singer captioned it . The Canadian chain wrote: “Hey @justinbieber thanks for your feedback. Sorry you aren’t loving our new lids, but the good news is that they’re made with 100 per cent recyclable plastic. We’d love to have you join our team that’s working to make them even better! DM us.”

Bieber posted a photo of the old lids on Instagram, writing: “This is where it’s at @timhortons.”

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The saga didn’t stop there. On Sunday, Bieber posted another photo of his Tim Hortons coffee with the old lid design. He captioned the post, “This is where it’s at @timhortons.”

But wait! There’s more..

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While at a sporting event with his wife, Hailey Bieber, the chain gifted him with an entire bag of the old beverage covers, and of course he had to update us all on the status of the coffee lid debacle. “We lost but I got a bunch of lids so there’s a win out of the night somewhere :(“ he boasted on his Instagram Stories as he showed off his unusual gift.

And there’s even more tea (or should we say coffee?)

Justin responded to a random girl’s comment on the original lid outrage post, and we just thought it was pretty funny. So here you have it, because sharing is caring, here’s the shade thrown by Bieber to a random fan: “What would you do if I was in a hotel room alone?” read the fan’s comment. “Leave you there,” was Bieber’s shady response. 

The Canadian chain redesigned the lies to avoid spillage.

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Starting in the summer of 2018, Tim Hortons gradually replaced Justin’s preferred lids in restaurants across Canada. The new lids, which he obviously dislikes, are taller, with a raised dome and tabbed closure, and are embossed with a maple leaf. According to Huffington Post Canada, they’re made of polypropylene — a recyclable plastic.

It’s not the first time the Biebs has taken to social media to complain about a product.

While Justin eventually did get dozens of his beloved old lids at the hockey game on Saturday, the singer has a previous history of making requests for brands to improve their stuff on social media. In May, he tweeted about the “need” for Popsicle’s Double Stick Popsicles to find their way back on to supermarket shelves. Though the brand teased a possible return for the large frozen treat in July, it has yet to make a permanent comeback, he did get his own custom made batch of popsicles. 

Daddy Yankee Opened A Museum Dedicated To His Career In Puerto Rico And Fans Are So Excited

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Daddy Yankee Opened A Museum Dedicated To His Career In Puerto Rico And Fans Are So Excited

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Yup. You read that right. Thanks to Daddy Yankee, there is now a Daddy Yankee pop up museum in Puerto Rico. Last week, the reggaetonero announced the opening of an exhibit dedicated to himself, called El Jefe Museum, in the Plaza Las Américas in San Juan, Puerto Rico. In the last week alone, over 11,000 people have registered to gain free access to the museum, which opened Thursday and will be available until Jan. 15, 2020. Museum-goers will get a chance to see “the first museum in the world that tells part of the history of Reggaeton through the eyes of Daddy Yankee,” according to the ticket website.

As much as the museum honors reggaeton, visitors also get to see photos of El Cangri when he was just un bebé.

Visitors with tickets will be taken on an hour-long tour of the El Jefe Museum.

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You have to reserve a ticket ahead of time, but the access is todo gratis, mis cangris. That said, for some reason, you need to arrive an hour early in order to process your ticket. Then, you’ll be taken on an hour-long professional tour of the 8,000 square foot exhibit that recreates the barrio Daddy Yankee grew up in. The set is designed to look exactly like his old neighborhood, to give us all a chronological tour of Daddy Yankee’s rags to riches life story.  According to the ticket website, visitors also get to see “scenographies, important moments of his career, his music, exclusive interview for the museum, awards, costumes of unique moments in his career and in the history of the urban genre, even the events that have led him to be an icon of music throughout the world.”

The exhibit will feature his childhood photos to the medals he’s received through his career.

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Some of his very first outfits worn on the stage in 1991 will be on display, alongside the Daddy-Yankee-imprinted Vans, and more. The event advertises “interactive technology where the public can feel those memorable moments of the legend of Puerto Rico and will have a special technology so that each person can take a personalized memory of this experience.” That technology appears to be allowing fans to customize their own Daddy Yankee branded, limited edition cap. By the end of their tour, they can take home their custom cap as memorabilia from the experience.

In a video posted to his Instagram during the grand opening, El Jefe shares a photo of him when he was just a lil jefecito.

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“HIGH HONOR Student,” El Jefe writes in the caption, “The only difference is that in these times, I pray with great faith to have that voluminous mane again. 😂” Daddy Yankee may have a museum dedicated in his honor, but he’s ensured to shine a spotlight on his roots. “What keeps me grounded is always remembering where I come from,” he told People en Español. “I go to Villa Kennedy, and I remember where it all began,” he says of the low-income state-funded housing replicated in the on-set version of Barrio Obrero, where he grew up, and where reggaeton all started.

Fans are already expressing their gratitude to El Cangri for the learning opportunity.

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One fan said she arrived a full two hours before her tour out of pure excitement. “I’m dying SLOWLY OF EMOTION!!!, ” she tweeted in Spanish, “@Daddy_Yankee I’ve already been here since 9 waiting for them to open.” “To you, it will be a simple photo on a wall full of photos of DY,” tweeted one of today’s visitors, “But for me today, seeing this man’s whole career inspires me to never give up. @daddy_yankee I will always be your fan from the beginning to the end! #DaddyYankeeMuseum”

Faraway fans are considering a trip out to Puerto Rico to get the official tour.

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“I think if I had the chance to go to #DaddyYankeeMuseum I would full cry people … and seeing [the photos] fill my eyes with tears…@daddy_yankee i take pride in you,” tweets “Tatty Yankee” (@Tatty_Yankee). Given that Daddy Yankee just sold out ten performances at Puerto Rico’s El Choli, making him the venue’s highest audience attendance male solo artist in history, we imagine free tickets to his pop-up museum exhibit will sell out fast.

You can reserve your free ticket here to see how el jefecito became El Jefe.

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