Steve Harvey recently offered his advice to fellow entertainer Justin Bieber and the 19-year-old Canadian crooner seemed to heed the wise words.
Harvey, the 56-year-old comedian and talk show host, took to his Twitter account to give Bieber some advice amid some recent media scrutiny.
"Hey @justinbieber keep loving the ones that love you," Harvey tweeted to Bieber Tuesday. "Cause they help make us who we are..The rest can't break what they didn't build. SH."
Bieber seemed to pay attention to Harvey's words on the social media network.
"@IAmSteveHarvey thanks man," Bieber tweeted in response. "All love over here."
Bieber has made media headlines for his social media rants, parties, aggression and performing his recent shows later than scheduled. Although Bieber has also defended his recent actions in the media, a number of other celebrities have offered their support to the singer.
Will Smith recently made it clear that Bieber, his son Jaden's friend can always look to him for support.
"For me the most important thing was for him to know anytime he can call and I'll come whatever happens," Smith told Extra correspondent Angie Martinez at the premiere of "Free Angela And All Political Prisoners." "At that age that's what you need to know you can do what ya gonna do, but you have somewhere you can go, where you can find safety."
Chris Brown, Bieber's fellow singer, admitted that he had been praying for the Canadian crooner.
"I just pray for him, I pray for myself," Brown said on "The Breakfast Club" radio show recently. "I think we both go through it because we're great artists. And he's a big artist to his fans and everybody around. He's like a baby Elvis."
Christina Aguilera, the 32-year-old singer, even chimed in recently to offer advice to Bieber.
"You live life and it's hard to grow up in front of a camera," Aguilera said of advice that she would give Bieber in a Hollyscoop report. "You learn as you get older to take moments for yourself, step away from the camera, re-inspire yourself as an artist, rejuvenate and refresh."