Justin Bieber thinks he is bullied and harassed and it is media who is to be blamed! The teenage pop star opened up about how people don't treat him according to his age and wants him to behave in a grown up manner while he is just 19-years-old. True that Bieber.
The "Baby" hit maker opened about his growing up troubles with Ryan Seacrest Monday morning. He also talked about his new film "Believe" and what it depicts. However, the controversial singer, who is more in news for drugs and girls than his music, complains that he is attacked by media everyday and feels bullied.
"People don't get to see me living as a 19-year-old boy...I'm still finding myself and when I have the media attacking me every day it's no [different] than bullying that happens in school," Justin says.
Then he goes on to talk about his movie "Believe."
"I think "Never Say Never" showed hope and I think Believe is how you get back up when you fall down and really that story of what's going on behind the scenes," he revealed adding that the movie is close to his heart and shows the real Beiber. [Beliebers take note!]
"I think this movie really shows people who I am as a person, of course I make mistakes growing up and I'm not perfect, people forget I'm a human being [and] I have to make mistakes and grow stronger," the singer added.
So who is the real Justin Bieber? The one who helps typhoon Yolanda victims or the one who sleeps around with Brazilian prostitutes? And Bieber has an answer to it too.
"A lot of stuff has been confused...I've been on tour...so no one really knows what I'm doing out here," he said adding that his close friends and family knows the real story and they are not judgemental as the media.
On a lighter note, Bieber also opened up about expectations he think his fans and their mommies have from him.
"I think a lot of moms want me to pull my pants up," said Bieber laughing who release "Confident" as a part of his Music Monday campaign where he gets to release a new song every Monday.
The track, which is collaboration with Chance the Rapper, hit the No. 1 spot hours after it was available on iTunes. According to Billboard, Bieber will pile up all his Music Monday tracks and sell them as "Journals," which will only be available on iTunes beginning December 16 and ending January 2, 2014.
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