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According to Radar Online, Justin Bieber‘s manager Scooter Braun wants his client to get himself together and he wants him to do it from rehab.

Sources alleged to Radar Online that,

“Justin is hanging out with the wrong people. It’s been one incident after another with him and Braun has always been very supportive and still is. But now Scooter wants him to go to rehab to get his act together. Justin needs to get away from the bad influences in his life. Justin needs to go to rehab for ALL of his behavior. He needs to get control of his life again, quit smoking pot and partying. He is just surrounded by bad influences.  His partying is creating problems. Scooter is very worried about him. Look, everyone knows Justin is a teenager, but this is beyond that. He’s got to straighten up and get away from the people he’s hanging out with. That’s why Scooter wants him to go to rehab. And he’s not the only one concerned. People who have known Justin for a long time see what’s going on now, see the constant partying, and they think he’s headed for big trouble.”

Welp, if this truly is the case and his friends, family and management are really that concerned about him then we hope Justin makes the right choices and gets help if he does in fact need it. However, we do have one very important question, where were all these concerned people when he started doing whatever he was doing to end up on this path?

We sure hope they didn’t allow this kid’s stardom and the zero’s on the paychecks that he signs to keep them from looking out for him. Because that would make it seem like they only want him to get help now because these issues are messing up their own bank accounts, just sayin.


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