Pop music artist Justin Beiber released the music video for his latest song “Holy” on Monday, which emphasizes religious and family themes, and features a U.S. military homecoming depiction.
The video casts Beiber as an oil field worker who loses his job and ends up homeless alongside his spouse played by actress Ryan Destiny. While Beiber and Destiny walk the streets, a U.S. Army soldier driving home finds the pair and invites them to join him and his family for dinner.
“Hey, are you folks alright?” asks the soldier, who is played by actor Wilmer Valderrama, known for his character Fez in the “That 70’s Show.”
“Yeah, we’re good. We’re good,” Beiber replies.
“Where you guys heading?” the soldier asks.
“Uh, we don’t really– we don’t really know,” Beiber says.
“I’ll tell you what,” the soldier says. “I’m heading in the direction of a warm meal if you guys are up for it.”
The video then cuts to the Army soldier driving the couple to his home before he walks through the front door to hug his wife and children before inviting his guests in for dinner.
The music video also features a performance by Chance the Rapper. Both artists have avowed their Christian beliefs in the past and the religious themes are featured heavily in the song.