How Justin Bieber Can Redeem Himself
Ever since those two videos of a teeny bopper Justin Bieber leaked, people have been debating whether or not his career is over. Out of all the shenanigans that he has participated in, this has to be the worst backlash to date. Throughout all the chaos that has become his life, he has been releasing music but his singles have been overshadowed with arrests, deposition footage and old videos of him singing racist remixes and telling offensive jokes. Even though he has support from his YMCMB homies and his mentor Usher, he will need more than just their back up to redeem himself. Here’s mini-guide on how the Canadian crooner can clean up his image.
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Address the Media
The media are the voice of the people and when it comes to Justin Bieber, the people want answers. He should have a press conference to not only address those two racist videos but everything that he is done. Most importantly, it would give him an opportunity to give his young fans a sincere apology. An appearance of Good Morning America or The Today Show may help as well.
Stay out of the Spotlight
Every time we see Biebs, he’s being less than polite, which does not help his already tarnished image. He’s either partying in a club he has no business in (he’s only 20), or causing some sort of ruckus (remember the drag racing fiasco?). After addressing the media, he needs to do himself a favor and stay home. Who knows, he may even write some beautiful songs while in his own solace.
It’s obvious that the 20-year-old child star needs someone to talk to. Yes, he's young and having fun, but his decisions have been all but beneficial to his career. He was born to young parents and they have not been able to get through to him, so maybe a therapist can. Paying a weekly visit to someone who is unbiased and understanding never hurt anyone.