Justin Bieber has indulged in to another trouble and is expected to be in the news for quite some time. The 20 year old ace Canadian pop star had posted a couple of his pictures to his Instagram page that appeared to show his visit to the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo. Though the pictures have been removed now but both of them have spread around the globe like a wild fire.
The Japanese reaction as well as reaction from the various parts of the globe were largely negative over that two pictures, below which he wished thanks to have showered blessings on him. Bieber, however seemed to be unaware of the details about the shrine. But many of his 16 million Instagram followers were of the view that Yasukuni Shrine is perhaps one of the most offensive locations on Earth.
Yasukuni is the shrine to the 2.5 million men, women and children who died in their service for the Japanese Empire between the period of 1868 and 1945. The matter of huge controversy was that the honoured included thousands of soldiers from the Second World War, and of 1978, 14 Class A war criminals.
Bieber in a later post apologised though and expressed he was sorry if he had hurt any sentiments.