Judge sentences Justin Bieber to over 100 hours of court-ordered Spanish lessons
LOS ANGELES -- On Wednesday, Judge Judith Sheindlin sentenced Justin Bieber to undergo 2,450 hours of court-ordered Spanish lessons.
Bieber was found guilty of crimes against the Spanish language after TMZ published a video showing the young Canadian pop star choosing to moo like a cow after failing to remember any of the Spanish lyrics to Luis Fonsi's and Daddy Yankee's "Despacito," the number one song in America.
Bieber was filmed failing to perform the song at 10ak in New York on 23 May.
Sheindlin told Bieber he should feel "ashamed" of his racism, swelling sense of entitlement and shocking ignorance of the larger world.
"You may have been a child star. But you're an adult piece of shit," she said.
The court room burst into applause.
When Bieber was asked whether he wished to address the court, he nodded, then said, "blah blah blah."
Later, Bieber tried recover by launching into a rendition of his hit song, "Sorry," but Sheindlin interrupted him, saying "Jesus Christ, literally no one cares."