Justin Bieber’s Eyes Have Changed, So He’s A Good Person Now

Justin Bieber is growing up, you guys. How would anyone else be able to know this for sure? His eyes are changing – or so he says.

Bieber gave an interview to USA Today and spoke up about the biggest changes in his life. He’s currently trying to redeem himself, so he asked for a Comedy Central Roast in order to get onto the path of redemption. On the topic of becoming a man, he said, “Yeah, I’m growing, figuring some stuff out. As you do when you grow up. You figure out what type of man you want to be, that’s where I’m at.”

With regard to the change of people in his entourage, he said, “Yeah, I left a lot of people behind who weren’t on the same journey I was on, and I’ve got a lot of new people in my life who are pouring into me, and not taking away from me.”

On his biggest change, he said, “Well, my eyes. You know how you can tell a person by their eyes, their intentions and where they’re at? Well, my eyes changed, they got softer and brighter. They’re open. I have more of a grasp of who I am at this point.”

When asked what is so hard about being Justin Bieber, the singer wasn’t so nice. He told the publication, “Unless you’re stupid, I don’t think you would think it’s easy to be who I am. Just use your head, you’ll understand that my life is not easy. Not having privacy. Growing up in front of the cameras since I was 13, 14. You need to have those mess-ups without anyone judging you, and that’s not something I was able to do. I think that people realize, they see it now, the transition. We can talk and do interviews and I can say I’m in a better place, but until they see the walk and see the transition come to life, that’s what’s really going to matter.”

He’s changed, you guys – totally.

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