USA Today caught up with the Bugatti Biebz for an interview. Here are some of the highlights:
- First time they met was in 2010. They enjoyed fried chicken, and played video games during the interview. Justin seemed more like a kid who wanted to have fun rather than a popstar at the time. Journalist thinks Justin got carried away with the "fun" part as he grew older.
- He changed over the years. Interviews became less often, and when they did happen, Justin was very withdrawn
- He swears he has grown up though, and is eager to show the world. Beginning with his Roast airing tomorrow.
- There wasn't an incident in particular that made him realize that he needed a change. "I had to see the downs to appreciate the ups and know what I want. I'm the type of person who has to learn the hard way. Sometimes I just have to see what it feels like. I got to the point where I wasn't happy."
- His entourage has changed. "I left a lot of people behind who weren't on the same journey I was on."
- He is not looking to get romantically involved with anyone anytime soon. "At this point in my life, I'm so focused on myself that I'm not looking for a girlfriend. I'm just trying to make sure I'm 100% so I can add to the person I want."
- On the people that thinks he has it easy: "Unless you're stupid, I don't think you'd think it would be easy to be who I am. Just use your head, you'll understand that my life is not easy. You need to have mess-ups without anyone judging you and that's not something I was able to do. I think that people realize. They see it now, the transition. We can talk and do interviews and say that I'm in a better place, but until they see the walk, see the transition come to life, that's what's really going to matter."
Read more of the interview at the source.
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