Justin Bieber: "Puberty is a Natural Thing"
Justin Bieber's not worried about puberty. If Usher can get through then so can he!
Puberty is capable of hurting some young singer's careers, but Justin is not worried about his voice changing.
"Everyone’s voice changes. Puberty is a natural thing," he told Vibe.com. "I have the best vocal coach in the world and we’re working on my voice and doing what I need to do."
"It’s not like as soon as you hit puberty you stop singing. Usher is the best mentor in the world and he survived puberty," Justin explained. "He tells me what to do, what not to do."
Still, Justin is just 16 and has his mom by his side to protect him from his fans.
"My mom has me on a tight leash and [she's] being real protective. The girls show up wearing nothing," Justin explained. "I can’t lie, I’m 16, I don’t hate it. I don’t have a girlfriend."
And his mom still tells him when to clean his room/tour bus.
"My mom is still my mom. She could care less if I’m an international superstar. I still have to clean my room on the tour bus. She takes my computer at 12 [a.m.] so I can sleep," he said. "I don’t have a bedtime [but] she doesn’t want me on the computer because she doesn’t want it to rot my brain."
"When she takes away my computer, I still play with my iPad. She doesn’t know," Justin added. "My mom is my biggest fan. She’s been a fan since I was a baby. My father is in Canada, taking care of my brother and sister. He’s amazing; he’s really proud of me."
For being so young and being "The Biebs," who wouldn't be proud?