5 Celebrities Who’ve Offered Justin Bieber Their Advice
All believing they have words of wisdom to pass on to Justin Bieber as they feel they’re more experienced with dealing with the spotlight, these 5 stars have all dished out their person advice for the singer who seems to constantly get himself in to trouble as of late. Some think he’s overexposing himself and needs to learn how to hide away from the public so the world doesn’t tire of his antics, while others believe he’s acting out too much in public and has to learn to behave when he’s followed by the paparazzi constantly. Only wishing him the best, these 5 celebrities are clearly trying to look out for Justin by offering them their thoughts on how to stay grounded and avoid anything negative.
Leif tells Justin not to believe his own hype: “Do not believe your own publicity. Sussing out who your real friends are is full-time work. Every scum bag, every drug dealer, every chicken hawk wants a piece of you. When you’ve got that sort of power at that young age, and everything at your doorstep, you put out that bad boy image. At that age, testosterone, hormones, all of the money, you see what else you can get away with.”
Mark thinks Justin needs to be more polite: “Justin, are you listening? Don’t be so naughty, yeah. Be a nice boy, pull your trousers up, make your mum proud, yeah? Stop smoking all that weed, you little bastard. This career can be short-lived, you might as well be the best you can while you’re doing it, while you’re in the game. And after, if you want to go ‘F’ off, do that.”
Miley believes he puts himself in the spotlight too regularly: “I told Justin to take a bit of time out and people aren’t so obsessed with you and nitpick. He’s still stupid though, but everyone does dumb stuff when they are messed up, and he’s done dumb stuff. If it was your friend pissing into a mop box then you would be laughing, but because it’s Justin Bieber, then it’s really bad.”
Will thinks Justin needs somewhere safe where he can hide out from his fame every now and then: ”For me, the most important thing was for him to know anytime he can just call and I’ll come, whatever happens. At that age, that’s what you need, to know you can do what you’re gonna do, but you have somewhere you can go, where you can find safety. It’s hugely important to support artists, young artists specifically. There is a war against that kind of artistry, that kind of creation.”
Alice believes he needs to survive as an artist: “If he rides this thing out and still makes records, he’s gonna be a seasoned artist in about 10 years, ’cause he makes good records now, but he’s got to survive the next 10 years. The excess is gonna come at him so quick.”