Justin Bieber Feels That He Is Entitled To Winning A Grammy
Biebs sat down with Billboard’s Bill Werde for a little Q&A, and let’s just say the popstar was feeling a little more full of himself than usual on this day. Justin chose to take this opportunity to address all the haters out there who don’t think he’s talented or worthy of all the fame he has attained.
“If you really don’t enjoy the type of music I make and that’s not you, OK. But don’t say I’m not talented. If you haven’t noticed, I wasn’t made — I was found.”
Still a non-belieber? What about all of his undeniable chart-topping success and number one albums?
“[Believe Acoustic] is just an acoustic album of an album that I’ve already put out and it’s going to go No. 1 — that shows people that I’m still here and that talent rises above everything else. There’s so much going on. Talent rises above all of that.”
But just before his ego became borderline unbearable, Bieber made sure to stay humble and remind us all that just like any popstar, his unforgettable career will eventually come to an end. On his own will, of course.
“I don’t think that I’m going to be boiling hot for the rest of my career. I think that, if I’m not on top. it would be because I didn’t want to be. It would be a time when I wanted to take a break and do movies or take a break and raise a family. When I’m doing music and I’m really focused, I’m not going to not be where I am.”
Look at that…what was formerly a purely kind-hearted child has finally learned that you’ve got to value your own opinion over all of your haters if you want to be famous. They grow up so fast, don’t they?
Sean Levinson | Elite.