It is no question that Justin Bieber is good at making headlines but he just pulled his biggest stunt by saying he was planning to retire on a local radio station, which of course terrified his worldwide army of "Beliebers." The mayhem began on Dec. 16 when Justin was asked about his next album, to which he replied: "New album? I'm retiring, man. I'm gonna take some time. I think I'm probably gonna quit music."
The rumour about Justin quitting music drew a flood of tears and reactions from his fans, saying this would leave a big gaping hole in the music industry. Many speculate that Justin has just gone tired of the gossips and fame. At 19, he just wants to be a normal kid leading a peaceful life.
Justin was also courageous enough to reveal the state of his heart, opening to the public how he aches for his ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez on the show, "Big Boy's Neighborhood." He admitted that he still loves Selena until now and that he thinks she's a great woman. He also admitted that his song, "All That Matters" is about Selena because she was his everything when they were together.
Sources say that Selena still loves Justin, though and has just decided not to speak to him because she wants him to "change and mature." Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber's fans believe that he's been acting out since they have broken up, that his behavior has something to do with their split and cut-off communication.
Selena hasn't been dating anybody since she split up with Justin. Reports state that she misses the old Justin, who respected and was loyal to her, the one she fell in love with. If both of them still love each other and both are single, why can't just Justin "hurry and grow up already?"
Justin was asked in his "Believe" clip if he has ever been in love to which he wistfully replies, "Of course I've been in love. I think being in love is the most powerful thing." Is he missing Selena? Is love the most powerful thing for Justin because his behavior is largely influenced by his emotions? Guess we'll have to just wait and see his "Believe" movie on the theaters come Christmas Day!
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