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13:59 | 26th March 2017

Entertainment News: News

Fri 30 Jul, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


[Bieber] has a platform given to him by God to speak to this world; he has a duty to teach obedience by his actions and words

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Justin Bieber is the latest star to be targeted by the anti-gay activists of Westboro Baptist Church as they took heed outside his Kansas City concert with their usual "God Hates Fags" signs.

The church, led by Kansas-based pastor Fred Phelps, has long been in the news for their anti-gay work and recently protested outside Lady Gaga’s concert for ‘promoting homosexuality’ and held sings that read ‘God hates Gaga’, now they have issues with the teen singer due to him not using his platform for good purposes.

Writing about the 'Baby' singer on their website they said: "[Bieber] has a platform given to him by God to speak to this world; he has a duty to teach obedience by his actions and words. He refuses to do that because he knows his concert halls would be empty!

So, he teaches you to sin and rebel against God's commandments."

Many activists gathered outside his concert to express their anger towards the teen pop sensation on Wednesday as he performed at Kansas City.

 

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