Justin Bieber’s Breakdown Was ‘Worse Than People Realized’ And He Was ‘Living In Hell’

Justin Bieber’s Breakdown Was ‘Worse Than People Realized’ And He Was ‘Living In Hell’
Source: thejakartapost.com

Scooter Braun, Justin Bieber's manager, discussed in a recent interview about how dark the singer's life became back in 2014. That was when he got arrested. Check out what he confessed.

 

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In case you have forgotten, Justin Bieber was arrested back in 2014 when he was in the midst of one of his wildest phases.

His manager just did an interview with the Wall Street Journal, and he sat down and explained how bad things were for Justin back then.

'It was worse than people realized,' he admitted. 'I failed him day after day. We were living in hell because he was in such a dark place.'

He went on to explain that what happened to Justin got very troubling.

'I have inconveniences, and other people have problems. Mine feel important, but they’re not. They’re not life or death. Justin’s stuff got to a point where it was a problem. Our relationship struggled, but I started to learn things that made me a better man.,' he confessed.

'When the time came, and Justin needed the resources to get back on track, I wanted to make sure I was a rock and someone he could turn to.'

 

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It sounds like they have been through a lot together.

Scooter has even revealed that Justin’s breakdown had people telling him to move on and give up on him, but he refused to do that.

'Some of the biggest people in the industry, people invested in Justin’s career, told me, ‘It’s over. Focus on something else. That kid is done.’ I made a promise to him when he was 13 that I would never give up on him. I plan on keeping that promise.' Well, what can we say? Mr. Braun, you have all of our respect!

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