By Estee1024 - 24/01/2014 05:28 - United States - San Luis Obispo
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"But it's not his fault! He accidentally took drugs and drank alcohol, then he was forced to race!" -Every other Justin Bieber fan right now.
I can't understand how anybody could be so ignorant and even try to excuse such behaviour. That kid is a nightmare, and it's absolutely apalling that he did such a thing at this age. I personally lost a friend a few years ago because of a drunk driver. She died because she decided to walk to school that day. How sad is that? Sometimes, the world makes me sick.
What do you expect, he fell into pressure and society, age 19 with tons of money and diehard fangirls, he's bound to be an asshole. I honestly feel bad and I think he has mental issues.I mean who the fuck smiles in their mugshot. Remember when he was a happy little youtuber with his mom? Power really shouldn't be given to people that young, all that hates gotten to him. Just to justify my, probably unaccepted opinion on his life, I'm not a fan of him, I dislike his music, and am male. Think about it he's like every other dumbass teen.
Americas drinking laws are moronic. "Learn to drive before you learn to drink." "Of age to Get killed in the military but not of age to drink." Etc etc. every other country in the world teaches responsible drinking at a young age 15-18. Americans just restrict it to a later age and promote binge drinking. But as with most shit here in the good ''ol U S of A it only makes sense none of the time.
141 that's one of the reasons they used but it didn't lower DUI crashes or deaths at all it just lowered the numbers from 16-21 year olds DUI and crashes. The actual amount per year iirc actually rose in the years following that law. The only thing helping lower the numbers of crashes and deaths now is the insane amount of DUI checkpoints and the fact that like 5 cop cars sit in front of every bar. But in other countries they don't really have the issue because children are taught how to properly drink and don't grow up thinking that getting black out drunk is the proper way.
To #122: I'm sorry but, there are MANY musicians who got famous while they were in their teenage years, became millionaire, fell the pressure of the society on their shoulders and now are doing just fine, I can't remember the name of most of then now besides someone you should've heard about, called Ludwig Van motherfuckin' Beethoven. Justin Beiber is just ignorant spoiled brat who can't get over the fact that Selena Gomez dumped his ass because he was...well, an ass, so he's playing the badboy now because he wants to show to everyone that he's tough and shit, all I can say about that is if he continues like that, soon he will lose his stupid fans and might end up joining the infamous "27 club".
Hmm, I guess some fellow Canadians don't even know their own laws very well for legal drinking age by assuming that the entire country is 19. First of all, some of you that keep saying 19 is the legal drinking age in Canada need to adjust that statement since its not the only legal standard in our country. 19 is the legal drinking age in MOST of Canada but it is most certainly not in all of Canada. Three provinces, Alberta, Manitoba and Quebec have the legal drinking age at 18. Secondly, Justin broke the law in the USA where their legal drinking age is 21 to my knowledge (unless they are similar to us where that limit varies depending on the state you live in within the country which I don't think they have and it's set across the county as 21 only if i'm not mistaken) followed by a DUI in the US. Just because he may be legal to drink in most of Canada does not mean he is untouchable for the legal drinking age in the United States which he is still under age over there. You have to follow the law set by the county and it's states / provinces, etc. within that country. You're not untouchable to that other counties law just because you're visiting or have moved to that country from another country (granted that most celebrities in reality get a slap on the wrist when they break the law because the system is messed up that way or the fact they have the money to throw at the system to buy their way out of trouble most of the time). This kid has no sympathy from me considering he drove under the influence regardless if he was or wasn't a legal drinking age (happens to be he wasn't legal drinking age when this occurred). There is no excuse to drink and drive and if you can't handle drinking responsibly, you shouldn't be drinking period. To use depression as an excuse for his actions is a huge insult to the people who have lost someone from drinking and driving and its a huge insult to most people that suffer from depression. I have been battling sever depression on and off the past few years but I have never once used my depression as a reason to drink and drive. I'm not saying I am a saint either because I have made my own mistakes but its annoying to read how some people will find a reason to justify drinking and driving to be acceptable under a special circumstance when it is never acceptable. I apologies in advance for my long post on the input towards what is being discussed everyone. TLDR people: Justin sucks. :/
I cried as well. People can't admit that they've destroyed Justin society has. He was diagnosed with depression over 5 months ago and has tried to OD. He honestly needs to get help. People want Justin to own up to his mistakes which he did, but they can't own to harassing and bullying him so much since 2009 that he's tired and broke from it all. If he ever does vomit suicide there will be mass suicide all around the world. Those 48 million + fans of his over half are alive because of him.
#11: Fame and fortune has destroyed the the little twerp, just like most of the other child-stars. They aren't mature enough to handle the attention or idolizing at such a young age, and they think they are above the law because they are wealthy and worshipped by millions.
Please stop trying to excuse his actions by saying that he is depressed. He spat on his fans, pissed into a garbage can, vandalised a wall in Brazil, and now he has endangered the lives of others by drunk driving (which by the way KILLS INNOCENT PEOPLE) and drag racing. Those are not the symptoms of depression, they're the symptoms of being a giant douchebag. Being depressed does not give you the right to do half the things that Justin Bieber has done.
Please, that is the worse excuse ever. I have severe depression, yet I don't act like an asshat. I would never project my depression onto other innocent people. And if millions of people commit suicide because Justin Bieber died, that is very pathetic. I doubt he would even care a little bit if any of them died.
You know what's funny? In an absolutely not funny way. A lot of my military friends have serious depression and PTSD after coming home. None of them have gone drinking doping and driving. Some have eaten guns but they didn't go out partying and being stupid and then point at depression as the cause. #11 you are mentally deficient much like bieber.
Oh, for crying out loud, grow up, you little brat. A lot of people suffer from depression, but they don't go out, get drunk, and go drag racing. He committed a crime--several crimes, apparently--and now he has to pay. Excuse me, I should say allegedly; he hasn't been committed. If people didn't commit suicide en mass when John Lennon was killed or Kurt Cobain died (although there were isolated incidents), I'm pretty sure Teenybopper Nation won't do it either if anything happens to this little twit.
#123 I think we should encourage teeny bopper nation to kill themselves if bieber dies. Maybe if they all die real music can be passed on to the non-biebtard youth left over. Real music = anything that isn't this bullshit teeny bopper hip hop of the last few years.
Do you not remember when those millions of fans sliced their arms to the bone just to stop Justin's weed problem? (Which as far as I know is not actually addictive, and so he could have just stopped) Another girl commuted suicide because your precious Justin bullied HER. That's right, he didn't save her, he called her a horrible thing and the bully that followed caused her to kill herself. I have no respect for someone who drives drunk, or causes other people to hurt themselves. He's nothing but inconsiderate and rude. I won't even touch on the egging, or the behavior he sports in clubs. He should have stayed in jail for years, because I am sick of that kid.
No 11 Bieber is not acting out because of his depression. He's acting out, because he thinks he can get away with it. So far the little asstwat has. It's time for someone to step up and help him yes, but not for depression. He needs a good old belt to the ass, cause he's acting like a kid. Oh wait.
Oh no he is on antidepressant pills as well, wouldnt it be a terrible shame if he killed himself :( Also "rented labourghini" all the millions doesn't even buy his own