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Justin Bieber gives shout out to the Raptors in just released music video

Canadian singer Justin Bieber just dropped a new song, "Intentions" — and he gives the Toronto Raptors a shout-out.

In the song, Bieber references the Toronto Raptors' NBA championship win in 2019: "You’re my rock, my Colorado / Got that ring, just like Toronto / Lovin’ you now, a little more tomorrow / That’s how I feel, act like you know that you are."

Bieber also dropped a seven-minute music video to go along with it, which shows him visiting a homeless shelter in Los Angeles to help women in need.

He drops the reference to the Raptors at the three-minute mark.

It's no secret that Bieber is a fan of Canadian sports; the singer recently played hockey with the Toronto Maple Leafs, almost breaking the Internet — and Drake, who was extremely jealous.

Bieber has also been spotted at multiple Raptors games over the years.

Still, Bieber fans are insanely excited over this latest development.

One person had some major goosebumps.

And this fan was feeling the #WeTheNorth pride.

This person summed up how Canadians were feeling in a single gif.

And this person is starting a petition for Justin Bieber to be made the Raptors' unofficial patron.

Justin Bieber will be starting his North American tour soon, which includes stops in four Canadian cities — Ottawa, Quebec City, Montreal, and Toronto.

No word yet on whether the Canadian singer will be attending a Raptors game while he's in Toronto.

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