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Justin Bieber Says He's Only Human & Is Allowed To Make Mistakes!

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Everybody makes mistakes, everybody has those days!

Unfortunately, whenever Justin Bieber has one of those days, the whole world hears about it and judges him based off those unfortunate events!

But Bieby is here to set the record straight! He just wants people to see him as a human being, just like everyone else!

The All That Matters singer said:

“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 everyday, it’s no [different] than bullying that happens in school. 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.”

And we definitely have to agree with Justin here.

Growing up, making mistakes and not being perfect is all part of maturing!

It's a shame the Biebs has to go through all of that under a huge microscope and be criticized for his actions.

But, that's the life of a popstar. Your fans look up to you and it's your responsibility to set a good example whether you want to or not!

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33 comments to “Justin Bieber Says He's Only Human & Is Allowed To Make Mistakes!”



  1. 1

    Apparently he called a fan in Australia a beached whale. I guess this little boy still has some growing up to do. And before he calls others bullies, he should make sure he isn't a bully himself.

  2. Whitney says – reply to this


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    No, what's happening to him is not the same as a child being bullied in school. The media is calling him out on his dickish behavior. And a misstate is a one time thing, he's not making mistakes, he's doing things because he knows he won't be punished for them. Young people make mistakes, and they have to pay for those mistakes, he never does. If he wants the media to quit picking in him, then perhaps he should act in a more respectful manner.



  3. 3

    He is just a vagrant. He needs to be put in his place and he is not making mistakes. Having your body-guard beat on someone is not a mistake.



  4. 4

    It is one thing to make a few mistakes hereand there and another to continue to make one huge mistake after another. After some point it is not that you make mistakes it is that you make BAD decisions and you are a bad person.

  5. vancouverbaby says – reply to this


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    he uses his age as an excuse everytime he disrespects other people. for crying out loud! he's 19 not 10 years old. justin bieber is a dirtbag because that is part of who he is and it's not because of his age. such a shame he's canadian.

  6. UGH! says – reply to this


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    I hate it when celebrities use the whole "I'm a human and I make mistakes" excuse to disregard their behavior. It'd be different if when they said it, it was after ONE mistake and they spent a year or two being upstanding and respectful to make up for it and then come back and say "It was one mistake." It loses it's merit when they say it 50 mistakes later and don't bother to try and change. This punk prick is slowly, but surely, losing his status in the business. And I can't wait to see him when he has no audience to show his ass, then we'll see how "human" he really is.

  7. vancouverbaby says – reply to this


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    he reminds me of scott disick and spencer pratt. always bragging when there is nothing to really brag about.



  8. 8

    It's all part of being a music "star"……if he doesn't want the attention he needs to get the hell out of the business. I'm sure that people warned him about photogs before he became famous. And fame does not excuse bad behavior. Glad my son thinks that JB is a lousy singer and an idiot…..some kids will try to be like him.

  9. ivan says – reply to this


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    Other celebrities can curse at people, take hard drugs, show their privates in movies and pics as rapper Machine Gun Kelly did recently, get into fights, be late a dozen times to concerts like Rihanna, piss in buckets like Ed Sheeran admits he did also, commit adultery and they get a pass but if Bieber takes off his shirt; the media will trash him just for that. It is obvious people are selective in their hate toward others. Just a sample of what I could say about this.

  10. ivan says – reply to this


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    Re: vancouverbaby – He makes no more mistakes than the hypocrites, here criticizing him, have made in their lives. Furthermore, the media has done character assassination in his case with numerous false reports and greatly exaggerated stories.

  11. Lady_Says says – reply to this


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    I'll be very surprised if he still has a fan base by this time next year. The 'mistakes' he's making time and time again are just his true character shining through. 19 by anyone elses standards is an adult, the fact that even he still sees himself as a boy shows a lot. He's simply disrespectful, even to his fans.

  12. TakeResponsibility says – reply to this


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    Re: ivan
    He has gotten into severRe: ivan
    Where there is smoke there is fire, and there are many statistically significant studies out there showing that the public at large are able to pinpoint issues with a person's personality (and shun them) when something is seriously wrong - this time isn't different. You see this occur in politics when people see the true personality, and the track record therein. This is not just a case of the public obsessing over one person. He is getting into fights over the last 3 years. His bodyguard is even suing him for assaulting him, copyright violation lawsuits, infidelity. This is a track record of most criminals, and fortunately for Bieber he hasn't been caught yet, but the police know what the traits are like and have been watching him closely. He needs to get his act together or he'll end up like Chris Brown etc.
    A case study to look at is Kevin Rudd who suffered from Narcissistic Personality Disorder. You can see what the public did there in terms of his popularity and discharging his term.

  13. mlyjn says – reply to this


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    If he actually took responsibility for his actions every now and again, instead of blaming someone or something else for it, I'd have more sympathy for him. But he never does and is now whining about it to the world. It's really hard to feel sorry for him, especially when he never gets in trouble for anything he does.

  14. MyFormerformalForm says – reply to this


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    I was a nerd. I got bullied sometimes but I still didn't paint pictures on japanese people's buildings when I went there to go girlfriend hunting. I wasn't going to do to tokyo what american ghetto people did to once great american cities: use it as canvass for subpar graffiti art. He should go paint on the Guatemalan schools he built. "still finding myself at 19". By 19 my business was already 3 years old. By 19 I had outscored 96-98% of people over 40 in IQ tests and was accepted into a college that most "mature sophisticated" adults could only hope to sweep floors in. I found myself by 19. Acting ghetto wasn't what I found.

  15. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Grown men don't whine…they fly right instead.

  16. Welldone says – reply to this


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    Re: MyFormerformalForm
    Well done for your success, and I wish the best of luck for the future. You clearly have put the work in, and take pride in being professional, and ethical.
    If Bieber wants to be a mogul he has a lot of work to do. His educational is severely lacking. He is delusional at best with this idea, but I hope he can do it - his track record says otherwise. His Madison Beer project hasn't worked in terms of VEVO hits, shots of me hasn't had traction and his photos are suffering from declining views (not to mention the project lacks differentiation, and is a redundant project at best, which shows lack of business acumen), his Journals project - that he looks like he has more creative control over didn't do well, and now he is escalating commitment signing rappers when he has barely made the previous projects work. People need to differentiate what is Bieber related here and what is Scooter related.
    Scooter made this guy, and he has let it go to his head. Scooter has lost control, but you can't fault him, no one can control this guy, he is living in his own fantasy land, and making his own moral and legal code to live by. He will just continue to blame everyone else as he usually does.



  17. 17

    People are allowed to make mistakes, but people also need to learn from their mistakes and not keep repeating them.



  18. 18

    Re: rosebud99 – Yes, read that earlier, he should apologize.
    Some men will not be happy until every woman in America is bulimic. They should take a look in the mirror at themselves. And have you seen what men look like wearing Speedos on the beach. Yuck, just yuck!

  19. ok_then says – reply to this


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    The thing is some people have put him on this impossible to maintain pedestal of having to be absolutely perfect at all times. Youth in general can't realistically be expected to know what life is all about. Nor should they be expected to have decades of life experience as an adult to know how making mistakes and learning from them is what made them the responsible adult they are today. IF some "adults" seriously expect a 19 yr old to have all the answers and never make mistakes then you are seriously delusional. That just goes to show you how it is that some so called "adults" who have put Justin Bieber on a pedestal have yet to develop themselves.

  20. ok_then says – reply to this


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    Re: Whitney – Your long list of cyber bullying against Justin Bieber proves his statement correct. Whitney you are on this board every chance you get blasting everything Justin Bieber does, whether it is a allegation or something good in a negative light. Is this how you go through everyday life, with a negative attitude towards everybody and everything? This is bullying plain and simple. And you are one of the bullies doing it. Some people make the same mistakes over again until they finally learn. Some learn from their mistakes the first time… Just the way life works.

  21. ok_then says – reply to this


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    Re: MyFormerformalForm – As a former "victim" of bullying yourself, you obviously haven't learned how not to continue that cycle. Nice touch throwing in insults to poverty ridden areas that Justin Bieber has helped to fund schools in. Maybe someone someday will point out that your "holier than thou" attitude towards other is truly another form of bullying. By all means until then continue to have that self-righteous attitude. Sooner or later someone will call you on it.



  22. 22

    what mistakes? he acts specifically for the cameras. If he wanted to have sex, prostitutes would be brought secretly, he went to the back door of the brothel. But he put on the show with a sheet and put prostitutes in his car. Do you seriously believe in all these daily scandals? PR and nothing more. If it is not the media will write about, it will not sell. Look at Miley, it's the same story. Madonna shows her tits at a concert. Has she also a transitional period or she makes mistakes? She does PR. You sit and make comments, and they get paid for every your comment

  23. ok_then says – reply to this


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    Re: Welldone – Justin Bieber's education at 19 is still a high school graduate. Is that what you mean by being uneducated? Are you saying he should have had a doctorate degree by now? I don't know where you are getting your information about his business investments, but Forbes magazine had a excellent article about him and his business managers branching out to making excellent investments in high tech companies such as Tinychat & Spotify which are doing great by the way. As for his Music Mondays, it was never meant as a chart topping feat. But to show the world that his music is changing towards mature music. As for it being it a success, I guess you need to read the reviews he has been getting, which are the best of his career. As well you need to realize he is now changing his fan base towards adults, and making music for them now, and gaining those mature fans.. A lot of negativity in your post with very little facts.

  24. Thankyou says – reply to this


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    Re: ok_then
    I thought Scooter did Tinychat and Spotify ? I very much doubt Bieber was able to do those investments much himself given you admitted yourself he is only a high school graduate. Certainly his behaviour is not conducive of sound decision making.
    I will look at the reviews, and thank you for putting me onto this.

  25. ThankYou says – reply to this


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    Re: ok_then
    If you look up shotsofme and some of the articles associated with it in the finance blogs, and websites there are many finance professionals giving candid views of it's prospects and thoughts about Justin. I would urge you to read this so you can get a more sophisticated balanced view.

  26. Thankyou says – reply to this


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    Re: ok_then
    Also what you fail to understand is Justin got these deals BEFORE a lot of his reputation was a disaster, and therefore there is incredible risk now associating yourself with someone who has a track record of reckless behaviour. It could literally cost your brand millions of dollars. Justin doesn't understand he's made himself unmarketable and a risky partner is some areas. He needs to be more careful, and as an entrepreneur myself I can't image associating myself with him, and put all my hard earned work at risk knowing that he could fly off the handle at any time.
    I note that Spotify doesn't even mention Bieber much in terms of his seed capital. I wonder why ? I note this from an article: "Justin Bieber Invested In Spotify, But They'd Rather Not Talk About It ."

  27. @v@ says – reply to this


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    He was a nice kid. He's hanging with a bunch of industry schills and reprobates, and voila.
    His role models are the people around him, so he's in big trouble. Having hung with the same types for a number of years (woo hoo), I would know, haha…but I was older, more formed and stronger internally. He's a youngster. Would one or more of you guys please parent this kid on the road?

  28. Hmmm says – reply to this


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    Re: @v@
    Parenting @ 19 years old ? Oh lord.
    He was punching cakes early on, and locking people in closets, and resisting authority at15-16-17-18-19. How many solutions do you try, and strings do you pull out of the equation before you realize you are left with uncorrelated, unworkable, and Inmatriculari alphabet soup of chaotic implosion ?

  29. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Re: Hmmm – I understand. Therapist, on staff. Talk things through. Give him new tools to cope. A tutor, because high school isn't enough as he's bright and curious. Maybe an assessment, ADHD? Another creative outlet to focus on, maybe actual canvas/paper art lessons on the road as he likes to tag, lots of basketball to get the ya ya's out. One of the best parents I know said his secret was he kept his kids broke n' busy. The busy part could be managed, to help with focus. I like the kid a lot eh.

  30. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Re: Hmmm – Hugs you and buys you a really good steak and a beer.



  31. 31

    Doesn't give you a pass to treat your fans who have padded your pockets like trash. Take a look at your schedule and punctuality this last year. You have disrespected fans in many ways. But little girls will forgive you until they grow up and figure out your a dweeb.

  32. Jenn says – reply to this


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    So…he thinks he should be respected as an adult, making mature music, yet he wants people to think of him as a "boy" to excuse his behavior. I have never in my life heard a 19, slmost 20 year old male refer to himself as a "boy." The vast majority of young men his age would consider being called a "boy" an insult. He is a coward claiming he is a boy in order to keep from taking responsibility for his actions. This statement, and habit of blaming everyone else for his actions will make it impossible for him to transition into any type of adult career. I think he knows he has to remain in the spotlight, good or bad, because if he doesn't, after a month , he knows he would be replaced by the next boy with pretty features who can carry a tune…and there are plenty of them out there waiting.

  33. Hannuh says – reply to this


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    I'm 16 and i wouldn't do the shit he does. I guess he's just a late bloomer as always.