Just two days after releasing an apology for using the N-word and telling a racist joke in a recently unearthed video, Justin Bieber will now undoubtedly face even more severe backlash as another old clip has just been released -- one in which a 14-year-old Bieber sings a shockingly racist parody of his hit, 'One Less Lonely Girl.'

According to TMZ, at the time the video was recorded, a young Bieber had just seen a parody of the song on YouTube, in which a man replaced the word "girl" with the N-word instead. In his own video, Bieber was copying the parody as he sings lyrics like, "If I kill you, I'll be part of the KKK, and there'll be one less lonely [N-word]" as someone off-camera laughs in the background.

TMZ claims that Bieber and his team actually wanted the video to be released, because the singer wants to own up to his previous actions and take responsibility. The site also reports that Bieber told both Usher and Will Smith about the video years ago, and Usher apparently made him watch "historically racist videos" to show the impact of using those kinds of words.

Watch the video above. (Warning: NSFW language.)

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