Justin Bieber planning anti-bullying stand after being called a 'faggot'

Singer wants to join campaign after Richmond incident

Justin Bieber planning anti-bullying stand after being called a 'faggot'

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Justin Bieber is reportedly planning to join an anti-bullying campaign after being called a "faggot" by a member of the public in Richmond, Canada.

Canadian celebrity blogger Zach Taylor broke the news of an incident involving the singer after group of kids ganged up on him during a game of laser tag in the city on Friday (October 15).

Now TMZ.com has reported that one of the players called Bieber a "faggot" when the star asked the kids to stop teaming up against him.

Now the website is reporting that Bieber is planning to put his name to an anti-bullying campaign soon, despite his publicity team wanting him to keep the incident under wraps.

Canadian police are investigating the Richmond incident, and have established that the singer did not instigate it.

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