Justin Bieber is 'done apologising' for his mistakes
Justin Bieber is done with apologising for his mistakes.
The 'Sorry' hitmaker has been arrested twice, run into legal battles among many other mishaps at just 21, but can understand why people would criticise him for his errors, but at the same time, he thinks they don't realise how being a teenager and growing up in the spotlight makes things much more intensified.
He said: "The fact that people weren't open to me making mistakes was almost really hypocritical, because we all know, if you're 19 and 20 and making mistakes - of course I have access to a lot more stuff and I'm under a microscope, I got cameras on me all the time. So I understand, but I'm done really apologising."
The 21-year-old star - who will release his new LP 'Purpose' on November 13 - also discussed how he copes with being scrutinised and said he just remains "neutral" and tries not let it worry him.
Speaking to Nick Grimshaw on BBC Radio One on Tuesday (27.10.15) Bieber added: "If you are so invested in people loving you, then when people start hating you, you're going to die by the hate.
"So I try just to be neutral, understand, like - yeah I have amazing fans, and of course I love them and it's an awesome relationship, but not to be so invested to the point where, if this person doesn't like me, that's not going to be the be-all and end-all.
"Or if I see something in the tabloids I'm like, you know what? It sucks that they gotta say that, but I'm going to still drink my beer."