Justin Bieber has shared that he is very sensitive to attacks from the press. E! Online reported on Dec. 9, 2013, Bieber says he's bullied every day of his life. Bieber has said, "When I have the media attacking me everyday it's no different than bullying that happens in school." Bieber has also said that he thinks his new movie, "Believe," shows people who he really is as a person.
Bieber admits to having made mistakes growing up and says that he's not perfect. Bieber appears concerned that due to his superstardom and enormous wealth which that has generated, some people forget that he's still just a human being who makes mistakes and grows stronger from what he learns from his mistakes. Bieber has noted that there's one important piece of advice that he continues to be offered from mothers around the world, saying with a smile, "I think a lot of moms want me to pull my pants up."
Gossip Cop has also reported Bieber feels media attacks on him are like school bullying. Bieber commented during a recent interview with Ryan Seacrest’s radio show from Australia, “I’m becoming a man, but I’m still 19, I’m still finding myself. When I have the media attacking me everyday… It’s no less bullying than what happens in schools." Bieber is not happy about being called names in the media and having things said about him in the media based on things that are not actually true about him.
Bieber has made some good points. He's a young, sensitive, talented guy who needs some space to grow in new directions as he ages. If he's given a fair chance it appears he will always have a lot to offer to people around him worldwide. Meanwhile, if Bieber wants to play around a bit in between his performances, well that can be a very healthy and entertaining thing to do, particularly when he takes the time to also share some laughs with us all along the way.