Justin Bieber posted a heartfelt video on social media entitled “Here we go” on Wednesday, apologizing for acting arrogant or conceited. The 20-year-old singer admits in the almost-two-minute video that he felt awkward and like people were judging him after an appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” Looks like Justin Bieber has finally put aside childish things and childish assault charges and spoken as a man does.
“I really want people to know I care. I care about people,” Bieber says. “I’m not that person that I don’t give a fuck, I’m not that kid. I’m a person who genuinely, genuinely cares. Although what’s happened in the past has happened, I just want to make the best impression on people, and be kind, and loving, and gentle, and soft. Although people can call me a softie, that’s how my mom raised me,” said Justin.
People on social media have responded to the singer with open arms, with the hashtags #WeDontJudgeYouJustin and #DearJustin trending.