Bieber ‘There’s Nowhere To Go But Down’

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Justin Bieber Daily Mail interview? Q: How did this baby-faced Canadian teenager take over the world? A: With a little help from 47 million Facebook fans, 29 million Twitter followers and 3 billion hits on YouTube

‘I never stop working. In what I wanted to do in music I’ve never had any fear. But now I’m at the top there’s nowhere to go but down; for me it’s about staying standing at the top,’ said Justin BieberWith pale features, an Elvis-style quiff and a whippet-thin body, Justin Bieber looks younger than his 18 years.

Don’t be fooled, Simon Cowell warned me during an earlier interview.
‘The genius of Justin Bieber is he used the power of social media like no other artist, and he doesn’t stop.’ As the world’s first social-media superstar, Bieber built up a fan base of millions before he’d even signed a record deal.

‘I’m not a kid any more – I’m an adult, I’m making the decisions,’ said Justin
Now he has 47 million Facebook fans, 29 million Twitter followers and three billion YouTube hits – a world record that puts him ahead of Lady Gaga, Rihanna and Eminem.
‘Only a fool would underestimate him,’ added Cowell.
‘I’ve met him a few times. He’s bright. The kid is more in charge than people think. I know this industry, I know what it takes, and he will be around for a very long time.’
With a fortune estimated at £70 million – which is set to double in the next two years on the back of a world tour, a movie and the returns from numerous investments – Bieber is part teenage heart-throb, part superstar businessman.
His latest album, Believe, topped the charts in the UK, the U.S. and throughout Europe, and his tour is sold out.
This amazing success has brought him a £4 million, 10,000sq ft house north of LA, a Disney-princess girlfriend, Selena Gomez, and a £500,000 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van customised with three high-definition TVs and a recording studio. About the only thing lacking in his fairy-tale world is a private jet.
Bieber fiddles momentarily with the diamond-encrusted whistle that hangs from his neck and then looks up.
‘No way,’ he says emphatically. ‘It’s a total waste of money. You buy the plane, then you have to pay for storage, and on top of that you have to think about the fuel, the cost of the fuel – that’s maybe $4,000.
‘Even hiring a private plane is like 50 or 60K. Once you get into that it becomes a habit – a bad habit.
‘I’ll get one when I need it – if I have to go somewhere instantly – but you don’t want to buy a plane; it’s definitely not worth it.’
What makes this exchange truly surreal isn’t the fact that Bieber barely even shaves yet – but that he’s only out by $100 on the cost of a tank of jet fuel. Cowell was right to say he shouldn’t be underestimated.
‘I never stop working,’ says Bieber.
‘In what I wanted to do in music I’ve never had any fear. But now I’m at the top there’s nowhere to go but down; for me it’s about staying standing at the top.
‘I’m not a kid any more – I’m an adult, I’m making the decisions and I want to keep on growing, and I believe I can.’

‘My music is never going to have swear words in it. Never,’ said Justin
With Believe marking a departure from the swooshy fringe and ‘baby, baby, baby’ lyrics of his initial incarnation, the pressure is now on for Bieber to make the transition from boy star to adult performer. It’s a challenge, however, that leaves him unfazed.
‘I look at Justin Timberlake and Usher and see how they crossed over really successfully, and I’ve seen people go off at the deep end, get full of themselves, think they’re the best and end up not being anything. I’ve worked way too hard for that.
‘I definitely don’t want to be just another teen heart-throb. But there are different ways of growing. I want to be loved like Michael Jackson was, from the four-year-olds to the 80-year-olds.
‘I am going to change and grow through my music and doing films. This album was different. My next album will be even edgier.’
Edgy enough to merit an explicit-lyrics warning, I ask? He shakes his head.
‘My music is never going to have swear words in it. Never.’
Bieber pulls up his trouser leg to show me tattoos of Jesus and hands clasped in prayer. He also has the Hebrew word for Jesus on his ribcage.
He no longer attends church regularly like he did as a child, but he is open about his beliefs.
‘I believe that He put me in this position, and that I have to always give Him the glory He deserves for putting me here.’
Unlike, for example, Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus and Justin Timberlake, Bieber didn’t spring fully formed from a major TV show.
Instead, aged 12, he appeared from nowhere – or more precisely, from YouTube, where his mother, Pattie Mallette, posted videos of her son singing in a local competition and in their tiny basement apartment in the blue-collar town of Stratford, Canada.
His backstory is straight out of a Hollywood script. Troubled teen (Mallette) gets pregnant by her on-again, off-again boyfriend (Jeremy Bieber).
At 18, she gives birth, and – besotted by her baby – turns her back on drugs and alcohol and embraces Christianity.

Justin on stage in California earlier this month. ‘I’m a musician; I play instruments, I write songs. I’m a businessman; I want to create an empire,’ he said
Meanwhile, the father, 19, languishes in jail for assault. He and Mallette eventually separate.
At the age of two, Bieber starts playing the drums, and soon he’s astounding his mother’s friends with his natural talent.
A hyperactive child, he teaches himself to play the guitar, piano and trumpet too, and begins performing in his home town.
Then, when he’s 13, talent manager Scooter Braun spots him on YouTube. Braun flies him and his mother to Atlanta, attracts interest from R&B star Usher and gets him a record deal with Usher’s mentor LA Reid.
At 16, Bieber’s debut album goes double platinum. His dad reforms and settles down, and his mother tours the world with him.
‘What happened was I found something I wanted to be good at,’ says Bieber now.
‘I wasn’t good at school because I had no passion for it. If I hadn’t found music my life would have been bad.
‘My family are all poor, so the cycle would have continued. My kids would have been poor, and their kids would have been too. I feel I broke the cycle, and when you get to break the cycle, you don’t go back.’
Bieber was originally painted as a pretty puppet, with Braun, now 31 and worth £15 million, pulling the strings.
‘That’s the greatest misconception of me,’ he smiles. ‘People think I’m a product, that they found this good-looking kid, cut his hair nice and put Auto-Tune on his voice, wrote him good songs, taught him how to dance and then said, “Here is a pop star for you.”
‘I am the furthest thing from that. I’m a musician; I play instruments, I write songs. I’m a businessman; I want to create an empire. I want people to know I don’t just sing songs. I’m the guy who signed the girl who just had the biggest single all round the world (Carly Rae Jepsen with Call Me Maybe; he brought her to the attention of Braun, who gave him a 50 per cent cut when he signed her).
‘I’m going to do movies – I’m talking with Mark Wahlberg about my first big movie. I invest in start-ups and IT. I have a very smart manager, but I always wanted to learn from him.
‘The education I’ve had you couldn’t get in any school. If I want to be good at something I will be. I’m good at this.’
With all his money and fame he can do anything, except walk down a street without being mobbed. You wonder how he gets his thrills.
‘On stage,’ he says. ‘Playing a song acoustically.’

Justin on stage at the Canadian MuchMusic Video Awards. ‘My family are all poor, so the cycle would have continued. My kids would have been poor, and their kids would have been too. I feel I broke the cycle,’ he said
But what about a thrill that has nothing to do with what he does, like buying a house or getting the keys to a car?
‘No, those are just things, material things…’
So what else does give Bieber a thrill? He shrugs his shoulders.
‘Honestly, I can’t think of anything.’
Perhaps, like his hero Jackson, he has forfeited his childhood for fame.
‘I’ve been working since I was 13 and there are definitely things that I missed out on, but I got to go to Australia and all these different countries. I met the President before I was 16 years old.
‘So I missed out on a few high-school parties. But I got to see the Eiffel Tower, to experience a business I want to be in for life. I don’t think I missed out on much.’
Braun’s business partner Allison Kaye offers an interesting perspective.
‘Since Justin was 14 he’s had business training as part of his curriculum. He would have a call every week with his lawyer and business manager and they would talk through contracts, royalty statements. He sees them all, and if there’s something he doesn’t understand he’s really upfront in terms of asking the question.’
The proof of Bieber’s extraordinary power is all around us. The 530ft-diameter Tacoma Dome is surrounded by thousands of hysterical girls – the so-called Beliebers. It’s impossible to get into or out of the stadium without running the gauntlet.

Justin with girlfriend Selena Gomez. Their first kiss was ‘the best of my life’
They scream at indescribable decibels, thrust notes into your hands and push their ‘Marry Me Justin’ placards into your face.
Many seem to know the names and birthdays of all his key staff, where he’s staying that night and the next, and the number plate of his tour bus.
In a world where Katy Perry declares she wants to have sex with Rihanna, and One Direction’s Harry Styles bed-hops his way through hordes of women, Bieber is the good boy, the one every girl wants to take home to her mother. He’s as unthreatening as Hello Kitty.
There is no sex tape, no hint of anything untoward. He rarely talks about his girlfriend, though he has admitted their first kiss was ‘the best of my life. It was in the car. It was scary and spontaneous and it was just awesome.’
Despite all this, many think Bieber is heading for a meltdown. When he was sick on stage recently (apparently due to drinking milk beforehand), rumours abounded that he was about to ‘do a Britney’.
He dismisses the idea: ‘I’m not going to shape my life round what people might be thinking. Whatever happens, happens.’
He also has some new rivals for his fans’ affections in the form of British boy bands One Direction and The Wanted.
‘I am not threatened by anybody; no one can threaten me,’ he insists.
‘It’s actually cool to have other young people on the scene. I’ve spent years being the only one at all these awards shows – now there are other people my age.
‘I hang out with One Direction, and the guys from The Wanted are fun, really funny guys. I keep my distance when they go to clubs to have their fun – I go home.
‘Drinking is definitely one way, but it’s not for me. I still want people to think I’m a good person, a good influence. I want to be around tomorrow.’
Two artists he’s met who have stood the test of time are Paul McCartney and Elton John – but disappointingly he can barely recall the encounters: ‘Yeah, we talked, but I can’t remember what either of them said.’
He has much more to say when the subject turns to his fans.
‘I love my fans; I love the mass hysteria. I mean, this was always what I wanted. And you’ve got to remember I was this kid with no marketing campaign; it was my fans that got me here.
‘They were the ones who’d show up at radio stations when I was playing on them, and that’s how I got my record deal. That’s how everybody started saying, “Who is this kid, Justin Bieber, who has 10,000 girls outside a mall in New Jersey?” My fans made me.’
Like the greatest cult leader of them all, Bieber has absolute control over his followers. One of his tweets can sell out a brand of clothing (Adidas) or spot cream (Proactiv), or catapult an unknown artist to stardom (Jepsen).
But at close quarters, the greatest eye-opener is how in control this kid is. In fact, he describes himself as fearless – except, that is, when it comes to flying.
‘I just started to really not like getting on a flight,’ he says.
‘It scares me. When I get anxiety, my heart drops and starts beating really fast as if it’s going to explode. And when there’s a weird noise, it’s like, what’s that weird noise? People say you have more chance of getting into a car accident than a plane crash, but they do maybe one flight a year and I’m on planes all the time. And all the time I’m thinking I have no control. If this plane crashes I’m dead. I feel like every time I get on a plane I’m risking my life.’
Tomorrow, he’s due to board another plane, and there’ll be dozens more on his current tour, which ends next year. But now, an hour into our conversation, his attention has started to wander.
He talks briefly about what he likes – The Simpsons, Family Guy, House, Tupac, the Beatles, Liam Neeson (‘I met him on Jonathan Ross; I really like that guy’).
He also admits he’s keen on Cheryl Cole.
‘She’s really pretty,’ he says. I suggest that at 29, she’s surely too old for him. He laughs and jumps to his feet. ‘Is that a challenge? She’s not too old. Nothing is too old for me, except maybe 50 or 60.’
He gets up to leave, but before he goes he pulls up his shirt to show me another tattoo, a crown on his skinny chest.
‘King of Pop,’ he says. So that’s the real challenge?
He nods. ‘I have no fear that anyone will beat me.’

  • brightstar

    I don’t like Justin’s music and I have no idea why there are millions of girls crazy about him. But, now that I think about it, I have to give him some respect. He is SUPER famous, and yeah he has this team behind him that helps him out, but he is different from other stars as well. He didn’t get famous after a hit T.V. show, playing another character, or by being associated with anyone famous. He became famous by being himself, with the help of his talent only, and then he was discovered and his team helped him reach the top. But still, it was all him, not him+Disney or him+t.v./movie character.

    It’s also really impressive that he taught himself to play all those instruments, if that is true. And the fact that he came from a broken and low-income family is amazing.

    But he is wrong about something. He isn’t at the top yet. He still needs to mature and gain the respect of an older fan base. He can still go higher.

  • Anonymous

    you know what? im honestly so tired of people calling him a “douche” i understand not everyones going to like him and their gonna have an opinion. but nobody knows him personally enough to say hes a douche. you all only say that because of the shit the media throws at you. they want to make him look as bad as possible. thats what they did to michael jackson and none of the shit they said were true. even if he does lose his temper, who doesnt? the only difference between him and people in general is that he is watched by the world and once people see something negative about justin bieber hes automatically a douche. grow up and realize that hes human and hes going to lose his temper at times. it doesnt mean hes a douche

  • brightstar

    Though all the rumors about him being a diva and being rude make me lose my respect for him, but I don’t know if they are true. There hasn’t been any proof of anything horrible he has done, has there?

  • Anonymous

    thank you for being mature about this :)
    mayn people just ignore the article and write hateful comments. its so nice to see people actually understand him.

  • LALA

    I dislike more how he tries to bring other people down like Britney, Miley BUT he forgets that his girl Selena? Came from disnry aswell and is. Known more for who she dated than her actual vote. And for Judtin? Im happy he had the money he has because I know from experience what it is to be poor BUT people are stsring to dislike him, he just needs to stop bring so arrogant.

  • Anonymous

    Seriously give the guy a break… No one is perfect why don’t people focus on their own lives than being critical of what Justin Bieber’s doing in his spare time? He gives everything to being a great idol to his fans! i.e Writing music, Creating amazing tours for the fans, meeting fans etc… What more do you want from him. He has gave a lot of parts of his life to the public and media already. Hate get’s you know where in life it won’t change the fact people still adore him and want him around and that people look up to him and think he’s a inspiration just look at the way he handles the hate its amazing!!!

  • Anonymous

    Hes not a diva trust me, hes actually a great person. people just spread rumors all the time. whenever a picture or video that looks like that could be out of context with justin. the media takes advantage of it and posts it up everywhere especially here. they dont even tell you the full story on what happen and why he reacted that way. like theres a video of him telling his fans to wait a alittle bit to take pictures and autographs at an airport. but they only recorded when he got frustrated and thats what people end up seeing whejn theres actually a reason he got upset.

  • Anonymous

    The people who are saying he’s rude and a douche whats wrong with you people? He seems to be one of the most kind people out there and i haven’t even met him… Through interviews and the things he has done for charity/people etc… you can tell he a beautiful person inside and out like from interviews when he’s singing to his mom and the way he respects her and also the way he helped out Avalanna and they he would hold back the tears in interviews! He has the biggest heart i have seen especially for a boy. So he’s far from a douche and he’s certainly not rude.

  • Anonymous

    I hate hate. Goodnight; hurricane is a coming tomorrow. Don’t know if I’ll be alive in the next several days…take a day off and pray for me and my family. We are right in the bullseye.

  • Anonymous

    This is his best interview yet! It shows just how mature he’s getting! And these people whining on here how he acts out once in awhile. where in any of his interviews does he ever say he’s perfect, and does no wrong? If you find one, please post it!! If you think your idol or idols are perfect, go hide yourself under a pillow and smother yourself, cause no one is perfect, and just cause he’s a celebrity, doesnt make him any different from us! I love that he makes mistakes, it shows me he is a normal teenager, just like the rest of us!!

    And its pretty sad when Simon Cowell says you should never underestimate Justin Bieber on what he’s doing and how he succeeds. Shows he has respect for him. He talks more highly of him that his own “1D”.. so, people need to get over themselves, and if you don’t like him, dont bother even going on anything with his name on it, It shows your desperation

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    AMEN TO THIS.

  • Anonymous

    Just remember that while you’re whining in the comments of a freaking OceanUP article in your little bedroom about how you hate Justin, he’s probably preparing for another sold out concert that’s going to happen tonight. Just know that your hate comment means nothing to anyone and it won’t change the fact that he’s on top. Jealousy is a nasty disease, so I hope you all get well soon.

  • SlimShady

    Uhm. To the anon who thinks everyone has to love Justin- we’re all allowed an opinion. I realize if someone makes baseless, false claims, calls Justin insulting names or disregards his accomplishments, you as a fan are entitled to defend him and correct the statements. But that doesn’t mean you have the right to judge EVERY negative opinion of him. Some people just don’t like him, its their right.

  • Anonymous

    Oct 28, 2012 @ 11:38 am
    LALA said:
    I dislike more how he tries to bring other people down like Britney, Miley BUT he forgets that his girl Selena? Came from disnry aswell and is. Known more for who she dated than her actual vote. And for Judtin? Im happy he had the money he has because I know from experience what it is to be poor BUT people are stsring to dislike him, he just needs to stop bring so arrogant.
    —————
    He didn’t mention Britney or Miley, the writer did. The proper article is on the Daily Mail

  • Anonymous

    I see that Justin found OceanUp.

    I wonder how you still have fans Justin. You’re a total douche who doesn’t deserve what you got.

  • maria

    justin bieber tu es muito lindo e eu gosto de es muito fofinho e cantas muitó bem o fofinho

  • Anonymous

    I don’t like when people make fun of his looks. That’s my biggest annoyance. No one has the right to judge anyone’s appearance. Just like people don’t like when Miley is called ugly or manly or when Selena is called fat. It’s wrong to judge his appearance just like you wouldn’t like if someone judged your looks. Besides that I think Justin needs to improve his songwriting skills and vocals but he has talent. I just don’t listen to his type of music and I can respect him as a human being with feelings.

  • Anonymous

    gosto de ti justin

  • Anonymous

    justin bieber tu es muito lindo eu um dia queria de ver es muito fofinho eu amo-te justin bieber cantas muito bem o fofinho es uma queido
    love you

  • Anonymous

    querido

  • Anonymous

    And like he said, he did it without the help of Disney, Nickelodeon, etc.

    This is irrelevant. He needs to sit.
    Yes, he doesn’t have Disney…he just have a huge marketing team and management group.
    He wouldn’t be nowhere without that. Isn’t like he started his own label to release his music -_-?
    They did castings, he posted videos to youtube.
    They were casted. He was signed.
    He isn’t exactly the underdog.

  • SlimShady

    Btw this article is freakin insulting. Harry bed-hops? Proof please? This sounds like it was written by a horny old woman who humps a JB poster. Surely you can make him look good without bringing shit down on other people. My God.

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous said:

    A joke in the industry? Really? That’s the BEST you’ve got? I didn’t realize a JOKE in the music industry could win countless awards, have Grammy nominations, platinum selling albums, etc. STOP being so jealous of a fucking 18 year old is my response to you. This kid IS at the top. Certain radio stations don’t play him because his music isn’t the right style of music for that station. It’s not like he’s never played on the radio, because he is. He actually started out by going to practically ever radio station in the US and Canada to acoustically play his single One Time. A few months after, his debut album released and went to #1 and went platinum. The next month, he was personally invited by Obama to perform at the White House for Christmas. After that, he performed at New Years eve in NYC, released his second #1 and platinum selling album, went on a SOLD OUT world tour, released one of the highest grossing movies of that years, released two more #1 and platinum selling albums, became the 3rd richest person in the world, released yet ANOTHER #1 and platinum selling album, and embarked on another sold out world tour, in which every arena was sold out in seconds. So please, humor me again on how he’s a joke.

    Isn’t this the same that Miley Cyrus, Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears did???
    They never said “I’m on top of the world…”

  • Anonymous

    SlimShady said:

    Btw this article is freakin insulting. Harry bed-hops? Proof please? This sounds like it was written by a horny old woman who humps a JB poster. Surely you can make him look good without bringing shit down on other people. My God.

    If you pay attention you could see they are devaluing in someway in this interview to: Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus, Justin Timberlake and the One Direction lads.

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  • Anonymous

    I don’t even like the Beebs, but I understand him when he says that he’s not scared anyone will beat him because they won’t. The mass hysteria he’s experienced is unheard of and it’s unlikely to happen again for a while. One Direction, Big Time Rush or whatever those bands are called have been out for a little while, but even they haven’t experienced the extents of what this kid endured and probably never will. He’s on top, there’s no denying that. And like he said, he did it without the help of Disney, Nickelodeon, etc. Although I wish I was wrong , no one’s really going to get ahead of him in the next few years to come. How far he’s gotten in what..2 maybe 3 years is INSANE.

  • Anonymous

    I’ve been gaining more and more respect for this kid ever since he started giving these more in depth interviews and since his Never Say Never documentary came out. I don’t even understand how people can claim to hate him tbh. He’s actually so real if you read his interviews.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t even like the Beebs, but I understand him when he says that he’s not scared anyone will beat him because they won’t. The mass hysteria he’s experienced is unheard of and it’s unlikely to happen again for a while. One Direction, Big Time Rush or whatever those bands are called have been out for a little while, but even they haven’t experienced the extents of what this kid endured and probably never will. He’s on top, there’s no denying that. And like he said, he did it without the help of Disney, Nickelodeon, etc. Although I wish I was wrong , no one’s really going to get ahead of him in the next few years to come. How far he’s gotten in what..2 maybe 3 years is INSANE.
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    What an arrogant litte SOB he is. “There’s no where to go but down? I’m at the top now?” At least 1/3 of his followers are duplicate accounts created by the preteens. Some of his followers have multiple accts to support him. He HASN’T reached the top. Most stations still won’t play his music and in the industry he is widely seen as a joke, a preteen fad that will fade. He’s not respected as a musician or songwriter and those that think he is are sadly mistaken.

    There is a huge difference in the way he thinks vs. some of the other stars his age. He says he’s at the top and boasts, whereas someone who is humble wouldn’t need to boast. Talent should speak for itself.

  • Anonymous

    A joke in the industry? Really? That’s the BEST you’ve got? I didn’t realize a JOKE in the music industry could win countless awards, have Grammy nominations, platinum selling albums, etc. STOP being so jealous of a fucking 18 year old is my response to you. This kid IS at the top. Certain radio stations don’t play him because his music isn’t the right style of music for that station. It’s not like he’s never played on the radio, because he is. He actually started out by going to practically ever radio station in the US and Canada to acoustically play his single One Time. A few months after, his debut album released and went to #1 and went platinum. The next month, he was personally invited by Obama to perform at the White House for Christmas. After that, he performed at New Years eve in NYC, released his second #1 and platinum selling album, went on a SOLD OUT world tour, released one of the highest grossing movies of that years, released two more #1 and platinum selling albums, became the 3rd richest person in the world, released yet ANOTHER #1 and platinum selling album, and embarked on another sold out world tour, in which every arena was sold out in seconds. So please, humor me again on how he’s a joke.

  • Anonymous

    Untalented media hype star. His fame will fade. Teens are already passing him over for One Direction and right behind them will be the next teen star. Until Justin loses his inflated head, he’s right. He has nowhere to go but down. I can’t stand him now.

  • Anonymous

    Hahahaha at the part about Harry Styles bed hopping.

  • Anonymous

    I’ve been gaining more and more respect for this kid ever since he started giving these more in depth interviews and since his Never Say Never documentary came out. I don’t even understand how people can claim to hate him tbh. He’s actually so real if you read his interviews.


    I used to be a fan UNTIL I saw his interviews. He has a massive ego and no manners. He’s disrespectful and rude. The way he acted on Jay Leno the first time he was on the show turned me off…putting his feet up on Jay’s table. And there are more than enough videos out there that show the REAL Justin Bieber. You know, the real person that comes out when he loses his temper or he’s video taped without his knowledge.

  • Anonymous

    Hate him

  • jen

    This is his best interview yet! It shows just how mature he’s getting! And these people whining on here how he acts out once in awhile. where in any of his interviews does he ever say he’s perfect, and does no wrong? If you find one, please post it!! If you think your idol or idols are perfect, go hide yourself under a pillow and smother yourself, cause no one is perfect, and just cause he’s a celebrity, doesnt make him any different from us! I love that he makes mistakes, it shows me he is a normal teenager, just like the rest of us!!

    And its pretty sad when Simon Cowell says you should never underestimate Justin Bieber on what he’s doing and how he succeeds. Shows he has respect for him. He talks more highly of him that his own “1D”.. so, people need to get over themselves, and if you don’t like him, dont bother even going on anything with his name on it, It shows your desperation

  • Anonymous

    I used to be a fan UNTIL I saw his interviews. He has a massive ego and no manners. He’s disrespectful and rude. The way he acted on Jay Leno the first time he was on the show turned me off…putting his feet up on Jay’s table. And there are more than enough videos out there that show the REAL Justin Bieber. You know, the real person that comes out when he loses his temper or he’s video taped without his knowledge.

    Oh well that’s unfortunate that you’re not a fan anymore.

    As regards to what you said about him, I apologize, I didn’t realize that Justin wasn’t a human being? Everyone loses their temper, so why does it make it wrong when Justin does? I’ve never seen a single video of him doing anything illegal. I have seen videos of him meeting countless ill children at the hospital though. Or how about that little girl who was suffering from brain cancer and he took it upon himself to regularly fly her to see him and the ones of him dedicating his concert to her the night she passed away? Sure, his attitude might not always be the best, but let’s remember that he is human. Don’t tell me that you’re an angel 100% of the time. No one is. So why is it the end of the world when Justin isn’t?