The Wisdom of Justin Bieber?

So Justin Bieber has been doing more than just singing, he has been offering his thoughts on some pretty controversial subject matter. In the newest Rolling Stone issue he stated that when it comes to sex, you should wait until you are “in love.” By the way, apparently he is dating another teen star, Selena Gomez. I just thought you should know.

Bieber also touched on politics when he mentioned how differently healthcare in Canada is…or should I say how much better it is. He jokingly called our country “evil” and made mention of our astronomical medical bills.

His views on abortion are that it’s like killing a baby and with regard to cases of abortion involving rape he believes that it’s very sad but that “everything happens for a reason.” He does go on to say that he doesn’t know how that would be a reason and since he has never been in that position, he wouldn’t be able to judge that.

First of all, why in the world would a 16 year old boy even be asked these questions? Are these really questions for a teeny bopper?

I think the teen sensation will strike more than a few nerves by offering opinions on such incredibly sensitive subject matters. Perhaps he should just stick to what he does best.

I hate to be so anti-Justin Bieber but really, it seems to me that things have gone a little far off the deep end with him…for instance, the whole idea of there being a movie about him. He has lived on this earth for just 16 short years. Has he really arrived to such a place that we would want to go see a movie about him?

I fear that Justin Bieber thinks all of this fame is around to stay…I think he will be in a for a rude awakening. Meanwhile I would stick to talking about topics that are more appropriate for a 16 year old boy.

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Stephanie Romero is a professional blogger for Families and full-time web content writer. She is the author and instructor of an online course, "Recovery from Abuse," which is currently being used in a prison as part of a character-based program. She has been married to her husband Dan for 21 years and is the mother of two teenage children who live at home and one who is serving in the Air Force.