Justin Bieber’s Friends Claim He’s Having An ‘identity crisis’
Justin Bieber’s friends are worried about the Singer, claiming his recent actions are due to an identity crisis.
The hasty wedding to Hailey Baldwin was just one of Bieber’s recent ventures.
Page Six reports that a video surfaced online of Bieber acting jittery and shaking while meeting fans on the streets of Michigan, leaving many to speculate his health.
In December 2017, Bieber also wrote on Instagram, “Jesus is changing me from the inside out every day!” But sources close to the pop star worry that his recent erratic behavior is a sign that he’s become unhinged yet again.
One of Hailey’s friends commented on the singer’s demeanor,
“You could tell he wasn’t all there,” the pal recalled of Bieber’s behavior during the 30-person — many of them beautiful young women — gatherings at the singer’s Los Angeles mansion, where cellphone photos were banned. “He would be slurring his words or shaking. You could tell he was not normal.”
Bieber’s longtime manager, Scooter Braun, recently admitted during an interview on “The Red Pill” podcast, that at one point, Bieber’s partying got so bad, Braun thought the singer might die.
“I thought he was going to go to sleep one night and have so much crap in his system that he would not wake up the next morning,” Braun said. “There was a time where I would go to sleep almost every night, when he had the money to fly away from me, and I was worried every night that I was going to lose him.”
Bieber seemed to clean up his act up after he showcased his devotion to Jesus.
Last summer, he randomly canceled his Purpose World Tour, stating via Instagram that, “I wanna be a man that learns from [my mistakes] and grows from them!!” Bieber hid out at the Montclair, NJ, home of Hillsong pastor Carl Lentz instead. It was not the first time he used the place to escape the temptations of Hollywood.
“He’s come a long way,” said JonBoy who is a friend of Bieber’s “It’s amazing how much he’s changed and how much God has done.”
A former friend of Justin’s, who remained anonymous thinks differently and adds that “I think he has an ongoing identity crisis.”