Biebier opened up about teen stardom in a new interview with Billboard magazine, which was released on November 5 siting Kylie Jenner as case study!
Justin Bieber says people should be more kind to young celebrities. The pop star opened up about teen stardom in a new interview with Billboard magazine, which was released on November 5 siting Kylie Jenner as case study.
Bieber, who has spent most part of his life in the spotlight told the mag that Hollywood can be damaging to young celebs. Just like himself, the singer said Kylie has been tainted by the spotlight and people should do well as to cut her a little slack!
“I want people to be more kind to young celebrities," Justin said to Billboard. "Like Kylie. Look at her world: She has been living on TV since she was a kid. Every time she’s looking around she sees a camera, and that’s affecting how she’s thinking and how she’s perceiving people and why she has to do certain things…Situations that happen taint your mind, especially in this industry. Especially for girls."
We can't argue with the Biebs! Kylie has been on TV since she was first featured on 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' at just 10 years old in 2007, so the public has literally watched her grow up — even in the awkward years! As Kylie mentioned when she finally admitted to getting lip fillers on an episode of KUWTK, she faces immediate judgement on everything because her life is constantly on camera. But again, doesn't she have a choice to step out of it?
Justin further stated that the pressure to look good in Hollywood just adds to the tainting! "Everything is so [based] on people’s looks and stuff … Look at the statistics on how many child stars have crumbled and turned out to be wack jobs. It’s because — it’s f***** up, bro, this lifestyle."
Although Justin and Kylie probably won’t be out of the spotlight anytime soon, hopefully people will hear the Biebs’ plea for people to be nicer to young celebs. Who knows…if the haters go away, maybe the camera won’t be so tainting anymore! Either way, it's also the responsibility of these 'tainted young celebs' to make better choices careless who's watching!