Justin Bieber and his baby boy tantrums reveal the young arrogant attitude of a rising pop star that no doubt will generate future problems and promote his conduct to stay in the public view.
The recent incidents of spitting, smoking marijuana, and slammed by more accomplished artists, who remain fierce critics of this youngster, do not surprise the majority of the public. His fan base the greater part being teenagers who think the acts of his behavior bravura, and worth reaching hysterical rants do suggest he is setting an unfavorable trend for the majority of the youngsters. His new form of parading without a shirt on, is oh so distasteful.
Ex girlfriend Selena Gomez said Justin had a big ego, and that is the reason for the end of their relationship. His status is the cause of such egotistical behavior. The relationship doomed from the beginning, the young Selena parading around with Justin was never meant to be. Selena always appeared the more reliable and responsible person in that relationship. Justin has confessed he is a romantic, and yes it is good, he is young, and it is fun to delve into the love and romantic epics at that age. Growing up on the other hand is a task the young child must still undertake.
When he could take it all, he is throwing away, an extraordinary life and opportunities to create and direct a different set of examples, yet because his ego is not controlled, he might miss the golden call. Perhaps all is not lost, and with a humble reminder of reality, he might prove the world wrong.
He is extremely talented as a artist and has millions of fans who absolutely adore him. Yet his portrayal of a serious performer cannot rise from under his continual misbehavior. His tantrums, outbursts and general obnoxious attitude do little to ensure he will make it to the legendary status of the perfectly wholesome pop stars. Justin should look back in history to the famous pop stars who managed to get it all together, withstand the constant publicity, the fans, and how they succeeded to live a life of untold blessings. Humbleness is the key.
There is a possibility that if he continues to abuse his pop star status and keep the bad boy image he will unquestionably not succeed and in all probability join the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain and more recently Amy Winehouse. The 27 club although not exclusively linked to all performers does illustrate the high life of some of the more vulnerable stars, and the pattern of deaths equate to their status.
Justin bad baby boy will surely become a prime candidate for the infamous 27 club if he continues to demonstrate typical egotistical behavior. Perhaps he needs a mentor and should consider treatment; he clearly displays cocky spoilt brat tactics, which do not set a proper example for the millions of fans he has claimed on his rise to fame.
Written by Laura Oneale