Justin Bieber on backlash over supporting Chris Brown: Bullying is Not Okay

Justin Bieber responds to the backlash over saying that "Michael Jackson + Tupac = Chris Brown" and that Chris' talent is overlooked because of a "mistake" he made by posting an instagram story that says bullying is not okay ever because it's killing young people.

Chris Brown responded to Justin's post saying that Justin is a king that inspires and creates endless possibilities and that he will ride with him until the wheels fall off and when they do they'll get new wheels.

Celebrities including J Balvin, Marshmello (who got called out by CHVRCHES for working with Chris Brown), Dinah Jane, Nick Cannon, Sean Kingston, and Marlon Wayans left support for Chris Brown on Justin's instagram post.

This is the list of artists that will collaborate with Chris on his next album that is supposed to be 30 tracks long. They include Nicki Minaj, G Eazy, Torey Lanez, Tyga, Tank, HER, Sage the Gemini, Justin Bieber, Lil Jon, Juvenille, Juicy J, and Drake.

Source: Twitter 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Rightful backlash for supporting an abuser (yet still lots of support from other celebrities) is bullying that's never okay, but being a violent abuser is okay?