Usher is just not pleased with Justin Bieber right now. In the wake of Justin’s N-word videos being released, Justin’s mentor is speaking out about the Bieb’s downward spiral in an all-new interview.
As Justin Bieber’s mentor, Usher has had a lot to deal with concerning the Biebs. Over the years, Justin has started down the wrong path and most recently, Justin has come under fire for two racist videos where he says the N-word. Now, Usher is opening up about Justin in a new interview.
Usher On N-Word Video: ‘I Hate Some Of The Things’ Justin Bieber Said
Justin is currently under major scrutiny concerning two racist videos that were released. Justin was 14 or 15 years old when the videos were made, but it doesn’t excuse his actions. However, this isn’t the first time Justin has been the center of controversy.
Usher talked about his protégé in an all-new interview with Nylon Guys, according to People. “I gave every bit of advice and always told him it was up to him if he really wanted this,” Usher told the magazine. “Now that he has it, as an adult, it’s his to manage.”
So, what does Usher really think of Justin’s recent problems that include leaked videos and a DUI arrest? “It’s unfortunate,” Usher revealed. “I hate some of the things I hear. Is it all true? I don’t know. But I will tell you this: Success comes with a price. Every person that has grown up, grows up with something. It ain’t just perfect from the beginning.”
We already knew that Usher was really “disappointed” in Justin for what he said in the racist videos, and Usher’s new interview just confirms Usher’s disdain for Justin’s downward spiral.
Justin Bieber Issues Apology Over N-Word Videos
Justin released an apology on June 4 after the first video was leaked. However, when the second video was released of Justin singing his hit song “One Less Lonely Girl” as “One Less Lonely [N-Word].” another apology was inevitable.
“Once again, I am sorry for all those I have let down and offended. I just hope that the next kid that age who doesn’t understand the power of these words does not make the same mistake I once made years ago. At the end of the day I just need to step up and own what I did.”
It doesn’t look like Justin’s problems are going to die down anytime soon. His friends may be standing by him, but time will tell if his fans and endorsements will do the same.
HollywoodLifers, what do you think about Usher’s comments on Justin? Do you think he’s right? Will Justin get past this drama? Let us know!
— Avery Thompson