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15 April 2013, 09:04
The 'Beauty And A Beat' singer wrote the controversial comments after visiting the official Anne Frank museum.
Justin Bieber has sparked controversy after visiting the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam over the weekend and writing in the museum's guestbook that he hopes the Holocaust victim "would have been a believer".
The 'Boyfriend' star was in Holland on the European leg of his 'Believe' tour and took a guided visit of the famous museum, where he stayed for over an hour before leaving his comments in the official guestbook there.
"Yesterday night Justin Bieber visited the Anne Frank House, together with his friends and guards," the museum's official Facebook account posted over the weekend. "Fans were waiting outside to see a glimpse of him.
"He stayed more than an hour in the museum," they continued. "In our guestbook he wrote: 'Truly inspiring to be able to come here. Anne was a great girl. Hopefully she would have been a believer'."
Anne Frank died in the Bergen-Belson concentration camp at the age of 15 back in 1945, and her two years hiding in occupied Amsterdam during the Holocaust were charted in her now-famous diary.
Check out a picture of Justin Bieber relaxing with his pet monkey last month below (Credit: Twitter):
Last week the 'As Long As You Love Me' star's status as the king of Twitter was called into question after it was reported that almost half of his 37 million followers could be fake accounts.
Justin Bieber is also rumoured to be planning the release of a new 3D concert movie this Christmas after the end of his 'Believe' tour.