Justin Bieber Is Right To Tell His Haters They Won't Bring Him Down!

Wed, January 11, 2012 4:34pm EST by 17 Comments
Justin Bieber

Justin — you are so smart to talk right back to the people who are trying to bring you down. It shows you won’t be bullied!

When Justin Bieber admitted in his new interview that now that he’s on top, “everyone wants to bring me down,” he was admitting that even when you’re hugely successful, you aren’t free of pressure from haters.

But Justin, you it make clear that you’re not going to let that get you down or steer you off your mission to be “the best at what [you] do.”

“I want to be the best. In the world. I want to be better than anybody that’s ever done it,” you said.

By that I think you’re saying that you want to be the best pop songwriter and performer possible and you say that you want to set that record for the most sold out performances in a single tour.

You don’t expect that that is just going to happen. You are willing to work hard to obtain that goal. AND you also understand that you can’t steamroll other people on the way to reaching your goal — and that realization REALLY shows maturity.

“I need to shine to be the best, be good to people and treat people with respect,” you told the magazine.

Now your haters may try to bring you down because they are jealous of your success, but how many of them are willing to step up and work 6 or 7 days a week like you do AND are are also willing to take on the pressure of being a role model like you?

Most young people would rather party or goof around and just enjoy not being too responsible as teenagers.

Not that many 17-year-olds are willing to study and work long hours almost every day, neither are they willing to give up partying and drinking because they want to be a role model for others. But Justin you are willing to do that. You feel a deep sense of responsibility to your fans.

“I’m not going to confirm to what people want me to be or go out there and start partying, have people see me with alcohol … I’m never going to make myself so the kids and the parents don’t respect me … I don’t want to be singing about things like sex, drugs and swearing,” you explained.

Good for you Justin. I’m so glad that despite your success, you’re not letting it go to your head. If anything, you’ve clearly embraced deep responsibility with that success.

And continuing to strive for your goal is the best answer you can ever give, to your haters!

— Bonnie Fuller

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