Just in NYC, Justin has done so much for fans and yet people still hate on him because of everything associated to him name that only the media is willing to publish - scandals.
How cute is it that Justin sent poo bear out to get hot chocolate and pizza for beliebers waiting?
How cute is it that this morning he saw beliebers at the apple store watching the confident video, took pictures with them and BOUGHT THEM BRAND NEW IPHONE 5’s?
These are the moments I live for in this fandom and although it might be tough to be a belieber at times, I still stand by Justin.
People seem to think beliebers are defending drunk driving when that’s not at all what they’re doing. Supporting someone and condoning them are two different things. You wouldn’t suddenly walk away from your mom if she was fucking up consistently, you’d love her regardless and wish her well and that’s what his fans are doing, the smart ones at least
Don’t get me wrong, I’m proud for him for getting here, his music and all the accomplishments this far which won’t stop here. His career is still at an all time high and is going to be regardless. Even though he’s covered in controversy, we all know he’s still going to top the charts. Music journals - #1 in over 50 countries within HOURS. Music journals - beats Beyonce. That just doesn’t happen to anyone. Kid’s special, but he makes bad decisions. Guess we know now; they were just cries for help. He wanted his family to come around and help him. To stop him from having to do a publicity stunt again. They never did. That’s why he has to turn to weed and alcohol. There may be other factors that we don’t know about because really, we know only what Justin’s willing to portray. He has a right to privacy, and although he loves sharing things with his beliebers, there are still things that we don’t know & I’m okay with that. I totally understand. I just hope from all of this that Justin is willing to go to rehab and fix himself up and come out stronger than ever. He has a year break - it’s the perfect opportunity for him. He just has to be willing to take it.
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