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Justin Bieber apparently doesn’t know what to say when he appears in sacred places. Anne Frank died as a teenager in 1945 in a concentration camp. But Bieber, who visited the Anne Frank guest house, wrote that if Anne had lived, he hoped that she would be cheering for him in the stands.
“Truly inspiring to be able to come here. Anne was a great girl. Hopefully she would have been a belieber,” Bieber wrote.
“Beliebers” are teen girls who love Justin apparently as much as he loves himself. Bieber made the visit during a European tour, where he stopped by the Anne Frank House between concerts. The Anne Frank House confirmed that this is indeed what Bieber wrote when he made the visit.
“Fans were waiting outside to see a glimpse of him. He stayed more than an hour in the museum,” the Facebook page said.
Anne Frank and her family had to hide inside the house for two years in an effort to avoid N@zi soldiers, who where looking to harm them. She was 13 when the family began hiding in a section of the house to avoid being captured during a German roundup. Frank spent her time writing in her diary until she was captured, dying of Typhus while in the Bergen-Belson camp.
Supporters of Anne’s memory don’t seem all that happy with what Justin had to say.
“Glad he went, but, the last sentence is VERY self serving. he missed the lessons of Anne totally.”
“She would’ve been a WHAT? That little idiot is way too full of himself. She’s an important historical figure so show some respect.”
“Way to turn an inspiring moment into something about yourself.”
“lets hope she would have never been a belieber”
“Here I thought it was nice of him to go and see the history of her until I read what he wrote. Have some respect Mr. Bieber for she will be famous long after your fame fizzles.”
“‘Despite everything, i believe people are really good at heart’ – Anne Frank I think before everyone goes bashing Justin Bieber we should take a moment to think about these words and why Anne said them.”
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