Is the drama of Justin’s relationship with Selena causing him to go off the deep end? According to a new report, that’s how his team feels — and they have told her that!
Selena Gomez’s Relationship With Justin Bieber: Is It Unhealthy?
Justin’s team feels that Selena, 21, is a “bad influence” on him, a source told RadarOnline.com. “The message has been sent [to Selena].”
“She has been woken up and told what is happening,” a source told HollywoodLife.com exclusively. “She is completely devastated over what has happened.”
However, the drama of their love could be pushing him to act out, according to the site.
“There is always so much — ridiculous — drama involving both of them,” the source told Radar. “They fight constantly and Selena loves to keep Justin hanging. He always acts out after they fight. Selena is just not good for Justin. They need to stay away from each other.”
Justin Bieber Is A ‘Mediaholic’ — Expert
Of course, Justin’s issues are very complex and his relationship with Selena isn’t the only thing that’s making him act out. Justin is addicted to media attention and it’s taking a serious toll on his mental health, according to one expert.
“Justin Beiber is a mediaholic,” says celebrity management expert Kimberly Friedmutter. “Attention seeking is a common problem for extroverts and a growing problem for Justin. He was the first and biggest overnight tech star. A product of social media, he’s addicted to ‘instant sensationalism!’ When on stage, he’s late, vomiting — anything to create a media sensation non-related to his performance.”
“Let’s face it, a concert tour isn’t a media blitz but crazed behavior is. When not on tour, he’s chaotically announcing his arrival virtually everywhere he goes,” Kimberly explains. “Monkeys, drugs, eggs, speeding, prostitutes … literally driving attention his way by breaking the law.”
So can a mediaholic like Justin get help?
“Yes, absolutely,” Kim says, “but you’ll never hear about it!”
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? What is causing Justin to act out? Let us know!
— Emily Longeretta