Entertainment Arrest, humiliations… Justin Bieber looks back on his big slump 7 years ago

14:55  24 january  2021
14:55  24 january  2021 Source:   parismatch.com

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Seven years ago today, Justin Bieber was smiling, even though he really didn't have anything to smile about. Over the years, Justin has leaned on his family, friends and faith for comfort and has also found love: In 2018, he married Hailey Bieber , months after a short-lived rekindled romance with

Justin Bieber is looking back at his tumultuous teenage years with humility -- reminiscing on how much he's changed since getting arrested for He was 19 at the time, and in his caption Justin says he's come a long way since then, mostly due to the grace of God. He writes, " 7 years ago today

Justin Bieber posted on Instagram a text in which he returns to his slump, which occurred seven years ago, during which he had been arrested.

  Arrestation, humiliations… Justin Bieber revient sur son gros passage à vide il y a 7 ans © Х - $ / SIPA

"Seven years ago today, I was arrested by the police, not my most glorious hours." Justin Bieber has decided to confide honestly on his Instagram account, he who in 2013 and 2014 had a difficult period made of repeated scandals. At that time, the Canadian singer was going through, like many stars who knew fame very young, an existential crisis. To move away from his image as a children's idol to become a respected artist is what he dreamed of. But instead of focusing on his music, it was his escapades that made the headlines at the time.

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Justin Bieber has looked back on his arrest in 2014 admitting he’s ‘not proud’ of where he was in his life. During a trip to Miami, the Sorry hitmaker was charged with drunken driving, resisting Sharing a photo of the arrest , Bieber wrote on Instagram: ‘ 7 years ago today I was arrested , not my finest hour.

© Provided by People Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images Justin Bieber . Justin Bieber is looking back on a difficult time in his past. " Seven years ago today I got was arrested , not my finest hour," the pop star, 26, wrote on social media Saturday, referencing his 2014 DUI arrest .

His arrest , drug charges, neighborhood quarrels, a story of a monkey confiscated at customs or a controversial signature on the guest book of the Anne Frank Museum in Amsterdam , Justin Bieber is "not proud of who (he) was back then, ”he wrote. "I was hurt, unhappy, confused, angry, misunderstood, I was wrong and I was angry with God." To reassemble the picture, the star has chosen to turn to religion. "From that moment on, I realized something, that God was as close to me then as he is today. So what I can tell you to encourage you is to let your past remind you of how far God has led you today. Don't let shame break your present, ”continues the one who is now married to model Hailey Baldwin.

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In 2019, had already returned to this complicated period . On Instagram again, he explained: "I had a lot of money, clothes, cars, rewards, successes, prizes, but I was still dissatisfied." He then spoke out about the dangers of early notoriety that had led him to use "hard drugs" and be "disrespectful" to women. “When I was 20, I made all the bad decisions you can imagine. I was one of the most loved and adored people in the world and I have become one of the most ridiculed, judged and hated people in the world ”.

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