Justin Bieber Says The Concept Of ‘Power In Weakness’ Is Reflected In New Album
On Thursday afternoon, Justin Bieber and his wife, Hailey, were seen walking into the Sound Studio in Los Angeles. Just Jared reported that the 25-year-old pop star and his model-wife were at an event where the singer-songwriter shared his experiences with mental health issues among other challenges.
Furthermore, Justin explained some of the issues he encountered while coming of age in the music industry, while simultaneously balancing the pressures of fame.
The Purpose singer also thanked his manager, Scooter Braun, and the rest of his team who helped him go through a lot of problems. The singer shouted out to God, stating that there was “power in weakness.” That concept is reflected in his music.
The singer-songwriter also thanked Hailey as well, among others who have supported him through his fruitful but at times challenging career in the spotlight. Fans of the pop star know he has a multi-part YouTube series coming out on the 27th of January.
Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin-Bieber have been in the headlines for a number of reasons in the last few months, including their marriage in South Carolina, as well as how they’ve managed to hold it all together even through difficult times.
Reported on the 23rd of January, 2020, by Ashley Mitchell, Hailey and Justin have apparently learned to make things work out between each other. Justin’s celebrity status, undoubtedly, makes it a lot easier for him to cheat on his wife, which is why he actively avoids situations where he could do so.
At that time, Justin was actually reading a self-help Christian book about how to make a marriage rock-solid. On his Instagram Stories, Justin shared a picture of the book that he was reading, and people were able to see how he intends to stay faithful.
The author of the book purports to lay out a multiple-factor checklist to ensure that a marriage is covering all bases. Bieber also shared pictures of other books he had been reading, including the Bible, and Multipliers: How The Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter.
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