Oh, Justin. He’s done quite a handful of reckless things in 2014 from getting arrested to skateboarding on the streets of New York City, but could his lack of a fatherly role model spark his bad boy behavior? Here’s what we know!
Justin Bieber, 20, is a notorious bad boy and womanizer! He’s been busy impressing his new rumored girlfriend Hailey Baldwin with skateboarding stunts while pining for his ex Selena Gomez and crushing on Scarlett Leithold. Where is Justin’s dad, Jeremy Bieber, to tell him enough is enough?
Justin Bieber’s Reckless Behavior: Is His Dad To Blame?
Justin’s dad is apparently more of a “buddy” and less of a parent, a source close to Justin tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
“His Dad treats him as a buddy, and Justin gets girls for his Dad and they drink and hang out. It’s not a father and son relationship at all,” our source says.
While having a parent as a friend can be a wonderful thing, there needs to also be a clear parental line. Especially when Justin observes his father’s womanizing demeanors, it’s no wonder that Justin goes out and does the same thing! Jeremy might be the one to blame for Justin’s reckless antics.
Plus, Jeremy exhibits reckless behavior of his own. Earlier in December he allegedly threw his and Justin’s adopted dog Karma off of a second story balcony!
Justin Bieber’s Skateboarding For Hailey Baldwin: Trying To Impress Her
Justin showed off some sick skateboarding stunts all to impress his hot new flame, Hailey, on Dec. 29. Completely disregarding a “No Skateboarding” sign, he showed off some of his tricks and spins anyway.
“He has seen and done it all so he gets bored and needs to do things like skateboarding in NYC to feel like he is doing something new. And when a girl is in the mix for him to try to impress then anything goes,” a source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Justin, we’re hoping 2015 is a fresh start for you! We know you have it in you to turn into the good guy you’re meant to be.
HollywoodLifers, tell us what YOU think! Do you think Justin’s dad Jeremy is a bad influence? Sound off below!
— Julianne Ishler, Reporting by Russ Weakland