Justin Bieber called in to On Air with Ryan Seacrest this morning and had a lot to say, spilling details on his upcoming movie, Believe, becoming a man and even all of the mistakes he's made. One thing's for sure -- Justin said he's going to be super honest with his Beliebers, and he's definitely doing just that.
In his interview, Justin explained what his upcoming documentary is about, saying, "Believe is about how you get back up when you fall down. What’s going on behind-the-scenes."
And what's exactly going on behind-the-scenes? According to Justin, he certainly hasn't had it easy, which makes growing up in the spotlight pretty difficult.
"I’m becoming a man, but I’m still 19," Justin said. "When I have the media attacking me every day, it’s no less bullying than what happens in schools. These people calling me names when they don’t know what’s true or not. This movie really shows who I am as a person.”
Justin also talked about the mistakes he's made recently, but how he's using those low moments as a learning experience.
"Of course, I make mistakes growing up, as everybody does. I’m not perfect. I’m not a robot. People forget I’m a human being," Justin said. "I have to make mistakes and grow from it. And that’s what I plan to do. I want to become a young mogul. I want people to respect me, not only for the music, but for making the right decisions. And sometimes you have to make some wrong ones first."
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