Justin Bieber Calls Himself A Bad Kid
Justin Bieber may come across as a good guy to his fans now, but according to him and his mother he, didn’t start out that way. During a recent joint interview with his mother, Pattie, he told Ryan Seacrest how he was a bad student and kid that had to make life stressful for his mom. His mom agrees, but certainly didn’t want to drag the subject out like Justin did. He shared that he was suspended every year and acted up since he was in 1st grade. However, he is also quick for thanking his mom who stood by him and helped him get his life straight. You can watch the clip from interview down below. You will also be able to catch the full interview on Today and Rock Center with Brian Williams on September 13th. Here are some highlights from his interview.
There were so many struggles that she had to go through to be able to raise me, as an 18-year-old girl. So I give my mom… you know, kudos to you, Mom… because I was not easy…The first day of school, in 1st grade, I started making armpit fart noises in class.
I am glad that he is being honest about what kind of kid he was and makes sure to thank his mom for her support. But I think it is clear that she loved him so very much that she wouldn’t want to give up on him. We all know how close they are, she even has gone on tour with him and has worried about him finishing his education. But I will say that I think she did a good job since he has a heart of gold and so far, he has stayed pretty good despite of his fame. That certainly is not easy to achieve with famous kids.
Can you believe Justin’s confession? I can’t, but anything is possible about anyone. I just hope that other kids do not learn from him and start acting up. That is something that should have been considered, which I am not sure if it was. As for his mother’s reaction, she seems to be very forgiving of him and I think that is lovely. She clearly had to grow up quickly in order to raise him and like he said that couldn’t of have been easy. But I do love how she acts like it was not a big deal and well worth it. That in itself is a great message about a solid parent who has a bond with their child.