Miley Cyrus is Justin Bieber’s Mentor
It’s news you never get tired about hearing, whether it’s displayed in the impulse buyers section on the magazine rack at a grocery store, or it’s your Facebook feed; America’s sweet hearts are Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus. The child stars are buddies, and since Cyrus has been in the industry longer, she consoles Bieber in a business where the wild public degrades you for your behavior, and you never get a moment of privacy.
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone Cyrus revealed that she provides some sage wisdom and peace of mind for Bieber.
“I’m not much older than him, so I never want it to feel like I’m mentoring him,” Cyrus said. “But I do mentor him in a way. Because I’ve been doing this for a long time, and I already transitioned, and I don’t think he’s quite done it yet.”
Though Cyrus doesn’t often hang out Bieber, with whom she describes as a “Baby” singer, she still deeply respects the artist and cares for him. Back in May during the Billboard Awards 2013, Bieber faced a wave of boos as he thanked Jesus Christ.
“He’s trying really hard,” Cyrus said. “People don’t take him seriously, but he really can play the drums, he really can play guitar, he really can sing.”
“I just don’t want to see him fuck that up, to where people think he’s Vanilla Ice. I tell him that. Like, ‘You don’t want to become a joke. When you go out, don’t start shit. Don’t come in shirtless.’”
Both celebrities have had a rough year. Bieber has a long list of controversies surrounding him; late last year a convict named Dana Martin hatched a plan to cut off the Bieb’s balls. On every Facebook feed and electronic device with a screen on it, 20-year old Cyrus twerked her buttocks against the sexist crotch of 36-year old Robin Thicke, then proceeded to film a music video where she’s riding naked on a wrecking ball.
“I think boys are, like, seven years behind. So in his head, he’s really, like, 12.”
And she might actually be right, Elite Daily reported that men don’t really mature until they’re around 32 or so.
Fame makes a man think things over.
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