Justin Bieber calls Indonesia 'some random country' during London event.
Published April 26, 2012
The Wall Street Journal
This headline pretty much sums up the article. It is a very short article written in the Wall Street Journal. "Indonesia may be one of the most exciting countries in the world right now, but it looks like Justin Bieber did not get the memo." The young pop star reportedly insulted the large Southeast Asian nation, labeling it "some random country" during an event in London. The article then goes into some more detail about what happened while he was on stage. But is this accurate information? I feel as though this short article is just full of broad accusations. I am not a Justin Bieber fan. But this seems to be a very critical argument, and unnecessary in some sense. I understand Bieber is a popular person right now, but this article made me question the credibility of the writer not what Bieber slipped up saying on stage. I feel like we have been taught in class to not do this specific thing. The author is making broad accusations, not backing up his/her information with a credible source, being respectful of the person, and not explaining himself/herself well enough.