Justin Bieber apologizes to Ronda Rousey… then disses her

Justin Bieber apologizes to Ronda Rousey… then disses her

The backlash and jokes related to Ronda Rousey’s loss to Holly Holm refuses to die down. The latest to join the bandwagon is popular and controversial singer Justin Bieber.

In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, the pop star apologized to Ronda for his snub when he refused to take a picture with her sister Julia and swore that he did not remember it.

“Supposedly she asked for a picture with her sister or something and I guess I said no, but I don’t remember this happening, so Ronda, I’m sorry — don’t kick my ass,” Bieber said.

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Rousey first revealed her beef with Bieber earlier this year, saying he refused to take a photo with her little sister Julia at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. She told Cosmopolitan that she and her younger sister are no longer fans of the singer. Catch her revelation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87-gcN9vjPE

However, that was not the end of Bieber’s comments. Bieber being Beiber he could not help himself from rubbing a little more salt in her wounds.

Later in the interview on being asked if there was anything Bieber would like to improve upon he said boxing. That was not the end of the story for without being prompted he went on asking, “Did you see Ronda Rousey? She got knocked out cold! Oh my God, she got knocked out so bad. Yeah, no, she got pummeled.”

And there goes all the goodwill earned by Bieber.

Chances are Ronda will remember this incident too and isn’t going to buy his latest album.

Ronda now has list of celebrities slamming her following her loss to Holly Holm. Lady Gaga, 50 Cent, Mohammad Ali’s younger daughter Laila Ali, Donald Trump have left no stone unturned to publicly diss her over social media.

Even her former opponents whom she defeated throughout her career are happy about her shocking loss to Holly Holm in UFC 193.

Miesha Tate, 29, couldn’t contain her happiness at Ronda’s defeat who said, “you just got beat, b***h!”

Bethe Correia tweeted: “I will not retire invicta, but also will not @rondarousey . start from scratch to be champion #teamcorreia #timecorreia”. She also said “God is fair she fell. Laughed at me on the floor!? Here!”

However, UFC boss Dana White, Holly Holm and Floyd Mayweather are the only ones who seem to be supporting Ronda.

UFC president Dana White who is scheduling a rematch between Ronda and Holly is hopeful that Ronda will come back stronger.

Even Holly Holm declared that she has utmost respect for Ronda and has asked people to stop thrashing her.

UFC champion Floyd Mayweather has offered to help her with her boxing skills.