Justin Bieber Opens Up on His Troubled Childhood and Traumatic Upbringing
There is very seldom a time when Justin Bieber isn’t making headlines. He recently opened up in a candid interview about his troubled childhood, battle with drugs and lyme disease
Justin Bieber fans are finally being able to see what goes on behind the scenes after the singer’s recently released docu-series 'Seasons' became available on You Tube. The episodes of the new series recently saw the pop singer getting candid and opening up about issues that have already been discussed widely and repeatedly in the media. In one of the most-revealing episodes yet, Justin Beiber is joined by his wife Hailey Bieber, manager Scooter Braun and his close inner circle. From depression to his lyme disease diagnosis, Justin Bieber highlights the number of issues he has been dealing with in recent times.
One of his confessions has left fans shocked, in which he revealed that he first smoked marijuana at the age of 13. "I was young, like everybody in the industry and people in the world who experiment and do normal, growing up things. But my experience was in front of cameras and I had a different level of exposure. I had a lot of money and a lot of things," said the singer who achieved massive stardom at a young age.
He further opened up to reveal that he grew up under the spotlight which in turn led him to a troubled childhood. As a teenager, he was involved in multiple arrests and incidents of vandalism. He clarified that his upbringing had a lot to do with that. "I started valuing the wrong things in this business, because there was things dangling in front of me. If I get this, I'll be happy. If I do this, I'll be happy. These are things that I think a lot of people with secure households learn at a young age. I never had that security in a family. I never had that consistency. I never had the reliability and the accountability."
And now, more recently, Justin Bieber opened up about suffering from lyme disease. The singer is also regularly taking therapy and his sessions revolve around the topic of depression as well as his other issues. "I'm committed to getting better and committed to doing whatever I have to do, whether it's inconvenient or not, because I know ultimately it's not only for me," Justin added. The first three episodes of Seasons are streaming on YouTube.