Justin Bieber plays by his own rules, which hasn’t been good for him, so there’s seriously no need for him to do an interview where he says “I don’t give a f**k what they say.” Really? As if that wasn’t obvious.
Justin has nude strippers at his house parties and he’s always doing something obnoxious. He has a God complex and he’s surrounded by yes people. Justin’s manager is Scooter Braun, who may be an enabler. To Scooter’s credit, he did tell Justin to get rid of Lil Twist and Lil Za. Bieber has since replaced them with some other black dudes that he posts pics of on Instagram.
Bieber doesn’t shy away from the fact that he’s “influenced from black culture,” which doesn’t make him a wigger. He also opens up on why he’s over saying the word “swag” and his manager defends him regarding the Anne Frank scandal, all the attention he receives and claims that the best is yet to come for the Biebus. THAT is the problem! Justin isn’t invincible and his team needs to give him some real talk – keep acting like an idiot and your career may be over within 2 years!
Here are some highlights from The Hollywood Reporter!
On his haters: “[Sometimes you just have to say], ‘I don’t give a f***.’ Not ‘I don’t give a f***’ to just be reckless and do whatever, but ‘I don’t give a f*** what they say.’ … I know who I am and what I’m doing in my life and what I’ve accomplished and continue to accomplish as a performer, as a writer, as an artist, as a person, as a human being. I’m happy with the man I’m becoming.”
On his struggles with bad gossip: “When people see a negative thing about me on a magazine, they’re gonna buy it. Every time some site writes something bad, all my followers go on there, and it brings them more traffic. Now they have all the Beliebers on their site, which gives them money from advertisers. They’re just worried about money. They don’t care about ruining someone’s name.”
On his trust in others: “[I've learned] you shouldn’t trust anybody. I trust my mom and dad. I trust Scooter with my career; he’s always made sure I’m taken care of. That’s it.”
On Scooter: “[He] was like the father figure in my life. But when I started to grow up, it was hard for him to have to listen to my input. I want to be me, to show everybody who I am as an individual. I don’t want to just be a puppet.”