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Despite all her mysterious songs that allude to teenagers who sleep with their friends’ parents, Billie Eilish is a great massive Justin Bieber fan, so much that his childhood room was adorned with Believe-It was Biebs posters all over the walls. The duo met and collaborated after Eilish’s meteoric rise, and now, in a new interview with Apple Music, Bieber began to cry as he conveyed a message about the dangers of achieving fame at a vulnerable age. “It was hard for me to be so young and to be in the industry and not know who to turn to and everyone was telling me they loved me and you know, I just turned my back in a second,” he explained. “I just let her do her thing and if she ever needs me, I’ll be here to help her.”
“I just want to protect her. I don’t want her to lose it, “Bieber added, who has dealt with numerous public collapses.” I don’t want her to go through anything I went through. “I don’t want that for anyone. So yes, if I ever need, I’m just a call away. ” Last year, Bieber wrote a reflective work on social networks about the “inexplicable” effects of child stardom and how its ups and downs can serve as a warning to others. “I became resentful, disrespectful to women and angry,” he wrote. “I became distant from everyone who loved me and hid behind the shell of a person I had become.” He attributes his slow recovery to “extraordinary people who love me for me,” as well as his new wife, Hailey Bieber.