Justin Bieber Talks About Getting Affected By Haters
Justin Bieber is someone who enjoys paramount fame and love from his fans. However, there is a huge pool that hates him as well. People who hate him are the ones who openly troll him. Moreover, he usually brushes it aside in public and tries to act cool about it. However, in his recent documentary, he revealed that hate from people has affected his mental health. He said, “There were so many people who were just so mean. Random people saying like, ‘You suck! You look like a girl!’ I would shake it off and act like it didn’t bother me, but that stuff bothered me.”
Justin Bieber Reveals Hate From People Affected His Behaviour
Justin revealed that people hating him affected him negatively. It reached a point where he was rude to other people. He said, “And then it affected how I acted and how I treated other people, and it’s just this ongoing cycle of, like, hurt people, hurt people. I was just this young kid.” In the past, there have been instances of Justin drinking and driving and making racist slurs at people.
Justin Bieber Has Felt Suicidal In The Past
Justin Bieber has opened up on his mental health in many instances. In his documentary, he revealed that the toxicity around him was so much that he felt suicidal at one point. He said, “I think that there were times where I was really, really suicidal, like, really like, ‘Man, is this pain ever gonna go away?’ It was so consistent. The pain was so consistent. I was just suffering.”
Justin Bieber Feels Acknowledging Weakness Helps In Growth
Justin Bieber has struggled with his mental health a lot in the past. He even canceled his Purpose Tour due to depression and anxiety. Justin feels acknowledging one’s weakness is the best way to move ahead. He said, “It’s so hard to show your weakness but acknowledging your weakness allows you to grow.”