Justin Bieber has had his name dragged through media headlines recently for his behavior and now the 19-year-old Canadian crooner may have some serious trust issues.
In recent months, Bieber was reportedly kicked out of a Chicago bar for being underage and allegedly urinated in a mop bucket. Bieber has also been making headlines for his alleged reckless driving habits, aggressive behavior and marijuana use for months. Scooter Braun, Bieber's manager, sat down with Billboard magazine recently to reveal that Bieber was going through a time where he did not trust anyone.
However, Braun said the singer began to truly enjoy himself for the first time in a while after attending his mentor Usher Raymond's recent 35th birthday party where he was able to dance and have a good time.
"He didn't have security around him, and he didn't have any of the Justin I saw a couple months ago of just not trusting anyone," Braun revealed to Billboard. "That's one of the things he told me, a month, a month and a half ago. He looked at me and he goes, 'I don't know if I can trust anyone.'"
However, Braun said that Bieber's mentality may be a hard one to live with.
"..That's a tough place to be, especially as a 19-year-old. He hasn't had the easiest run, and at times he knows that he hasn't made it easy on himself," Braun told Billboard. "But I think that music has always been his therapy, and this film, which we just screened and watched with the whole crew, means a lot to him, because of how he gets to finally express himself and tell people what it's like."
Bieber is scheduled to express himself in the upcoming Christmas release of his film in theaters, "Believe 3D."