Tuesday, 28 January 2014

Justin Bieber's record label admit that the star's issues "need to be dealt with"

Record label bosses admit that Justin Bieber "needs help" and that they have organised an intervention…
Justin Bieber has continued to make headlines with his reported 'bad behaviour' following the news that the Believe singer had been arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, marijuana and prescription drugs.
And now Lucian Grainge, the head of Justin's record label, has admitted that the star "needs help" after months of watching the singer's "downward spiral".

He said: "I’m very concerned about him. I’ve been concerned about him for many months. And Scooter Braun, who I work with very closely and who is supposed to be here but is with him at the moment.

"This has nothing to do with the business or records or releases. This is to do with the young man.

"He needs help. He needs an intervention. We are going to give all the support as a company to take as much pressure off him so he can look forward. Hopefully, we will all get through to him. But what people don’t understand is, he’s a 19-year-old."
"You cannot just pick someone up and force them to do something if they are not ready.

"I think that emotionally, the public or people will see someone’s behaviour and think: 'This is what I would do'.

"All of us around him need to take all the responsibility, all the pressure off him and give him as much support so he can to address the issues he has - and he does have issues. And, I’d like it to be dealt with."

The music mogul explained that Bieber’s manager, Scooter Braun, has now flown over to Panama to try and help the star while he is on holiday.
Fingers crossed that they can get the star the help he needs.

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