Writer Oliver Broudy certainly did not sugarcoat his opinion of the singer, stating he “finds him offensive”.
Justin appears on the April 2015 issue of Men’s Health, showing off his body and discussing trying to change himself for the better now that he is older.
The interviewer wrote, “It’s not that you don’t like Justin Bieber. You actually find him offensive.”
Broudy spent the day with the pop star and he obviously did not find it enjoyable.
He wrote, “Why? Because his success primarily depends on skillful producers and shrieking tweens? Because he managed to steal the attention of half the planet’s girls by basically becoming one of them?”
The writer continued, “Or maybe it’s just that he’s never had to deal with all the crap the rest of us have. Like public transportation. Job interviews. Getting fired, or dumped, or ignored at the bar. Mowing the f***ing lawn.”
He adds, “This is a kid who had his bodyguards carry him up the Great Wall of China. Everything was handed to him. And now he’s a big boy and he thinks manhood is going to be handed to him, too. And you’re like, no, dude. No.”
Broudy writes, “There’s your problem right there, you’re tempted to say. But don’t. Because really, you don’t want to be a d*** about it. And what would be the point?”
Broudy compares Justin to a caged animal when discussing his struggle to grow up in the public eye, saying, “Watching it is painful, like watching a skunk attempt to work loose from a bear trap. But there’s something fascinating about it as well. It turns into a kind of dark sport. And if you watch long enough, you can’t help but think Jaysus, if I only had five minutes with this kid…But what exactly would you say? And could he even hear you if he hasn’t learned to listen yet?”
Justin recently admitted he has behaved badly, sharing an apology to his fans in January.
The interviewer commented, “And you could easily sit back and wish more of the same upon him. Until in the end he achieves the well-trod exit from celebrity that some part of him surely desires.”
In the end Broudy admitted, “it’s hard to be a man these days.”
He noted, “As he talks you realize the funny way you each want to be like the other,’ he said. ‘He wants to be like you. Real. Limited. Bounded. You want to be like him. Or do you?”
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