Bieber’s Reps Have Forbidden Him from Doing Live Interviews
Looks like even Bieber’s reps don’t trust Justin when it comes to his loud mouth behavior.
Justin Bieber’s reps decided not to take any chances with the pop star’s unpredictable nature, so they have banned him from doing live interviews during the promotion of his new single.
Bieber, who is currently in NYC, is promoting his newest single, the first one published in the last two years. Sources claim that his reps have forbidden him from doing live shows, only taped ones, so that Bieber doesn’t blow it. On Monday he was a guest on the Elvis Duran Z100 show, but he was there only to tape an interview that is scheduled to air on Friday.
“His people are terrified of him speaking live, so they are doing everything pre-taped,” stated a source close to the Brat of Pop.
He will also be appearing on The Tonight Show while in NYC, but again it will be a tapped appearance that will air on September, 2. He has a busy week in front of him with a performance on MTV’s VMAs on Sunday, and sources claim that he will also perform on the Today concert series on September, 10.
The decision to avoid live interviews isn’t uncalled for.
Justin had to publicly apologize multiple times in the recent past for his misdeeds, among which there was a DUI arrest, throwing eggs at a neighbor’s house, and most recently a belfi he published on his Instagram profile, only to take it down a week later.
In a recent appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Bieber try to explain his bad behavior: “A lot of times we pretend because we want to fit in, but then we end up looking like the douchebag… This was kind of the case with me.”