A Justin Bieber apology may have been issued during "Saturday Night Live." It may also have been just a joke from the singer as he appeared on the spoof "Miley Cyrus Show," as a Miley super fan, rather than himself. Then there was also the apology he issued for failing to deliver a brand new video of a new song on Sunday night.
The Enstarz.com website reported on Feb. 11 that Bieber failed to deliver a music video on Sunday via UStream live stream web service. The singer apologized for it by posting a new video to his Twitter page, saying:
"I'm sorry that my Ustream didn't work but I'm going to do a video right now so you guys can hear some new music ... I wish that I had fast internet so I could put it on live stream but it's just not working. And my fans are just overpopulating the site so I don't think it's going to work."
It's hard to say if Bieber's "fast internet" excuse is reasonable based on the salary he makes, but it's possible he just wasn't in an area where he had fast enough access for the upload. Still, there were likely plenty of fans disappointed that the upload didn't happen as planned.
Meanwhile, there was also the Bieber apology on "SNL," which he hosted this past Saturday. The skit featured him asking a fake Miley Cyrus (SNL's Vanessa Bayer), hosting her own talk show, what she'd heard about Justin Bieber. He brought up
"I also heard, he got busted for smoking weed, and he's really sorry about it, and that people make mistakes and he's never gonna do it again."
To which the parodied version of Miley (Bayer) responded, "Yeah right, me too!" with a big grin on her face. Other joke comments from Bieber included him calling Bieber a "douche" as the character he was playing. That was Justin's sole reference to the weed-smoking incident during his hosting and performing as the musical guest on Saturday night. However, some may say that his Twitter apology over a video he failed to upload is more sincere than the one he made as a joke on "SNL."
What do you think of Bieber's recent apology for smoking weed? Does he even need to make one to his fans, or parents of fans who adore him?
"Saturday Night Live" is seen every Saturday at 11:35 p.m. EST on Roanoke's Cox Cable channel 10 for NBC affiliate WSLS.