Justin Bieber’s mom is defending her son, and blames fame for his behavioral issues. She claims Justin is just lost, and believes that with prayers from his fans, the singer can get back on the right path.
Justin Bieber‘s mom Pattie Mallete has come to his defense in the midst of the egging scandal that cost $20,000 in damages. The 37 -year old author of Nowhere But Up: The Story of Justin Bieber’s Mom “beliebs” that Justin’s struggles are nothing that a little prayer can’t fix, and she urges fans to pray for him and not condemn the singer during this tumultuous time in his life.
Justin Bieber’s Mom Asks Fans To Pray For Him
In the wake of Justin Bieber’s egging and drug scandal, his mother Pattie is coming to his defense and is blaming fame for the singer’s behavior.
“I think so many people go into the entertainment industry with amazing Christian roots, and get influenced somehow,” she said to Britain’s The Sun.
Pattie, who had Justin when she was only seventeen, chronicles her own troubled past in her book. She talks about her abuse of drugs and alcohol, saying she even went as far as dealing drugs herself. But today she seems to be singing a different tune, and she urges fans to keep her 19-year-old son in their prayers.
“If Justin’s struggling, don’t kick him when he’s down or condemn him — pray for him,” she says.
Justin Bieber Continues On His Downward Spiral
On Jan. 19, mere days after his mansion was raided and drugs such as molly and sizzurp were found, Justin allegedly spent $75,000 at the King of Diamonds strip club in Miami. The “Never Say Never” singer reportedly got the $75,000 cashed out all in dollar bills, and did not have any problems spending it.
Looks like the Biebs is in need of some prayers!
Let us know Hollywoodlifers — will you be praying for Justin Bieber?
— Stephanie Sengwe
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