In the past year, we’ve watched Justin Bieber make quite the transformation.
The 19-year-old singing sensation has quickly gone from being the cute teen pop star we know and love, to quite the grown man we see today.
Many have been concerned over his behavior this past year after he’s been seen smoking weed, getting into arguments with his neighbors, and getting his car crashed by his friends, and his manager may be joining in on the worry party.
According to Radar Online, Scooter Braun, Justin’s long-time manager, believes that he should go to rehab in order to fix his recent behavior and attitude.
A source told the site:
“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.”
Even the Biebz’s mom thinks that his behavior is shakey and needs some interruption:
“They all think he is surrounding himself with people who do ridiculous things.”
“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.”
But the reports could be false. Scooter seems to have responded to the claims, posting on his Twitter:
— Scooter Braun (@scooterbraun) June 21, 2013
Yesterday, Bieber seemed to cause a little bit more of a concern when he kept a private jet waiting 8 hours!
Accoding to TMZ, Justin was supposed to show at 11 AM for his flight to Burbank from Miami, but didn’t show until 3 PM in order to search for his pet monkey.
The site reports he showed around then to warn them that he wasn’t leaving yet because the pet was missing.
He searched for a couple more hours and arrived back just before the pilots were about to take off without him!
While it seems pretty rude to keep the crew waiting, we do know how much Justin loves his monkey
Does the Biebz need an intervention?