Justin Bieber: “My drug addiction was so bad bodyguards would check my purse while sleeping”

Justin Bieber has opened up about his drug addiction and subsequent transformation to who he is right now, as he revealed how bad it was back then.

Bieber was a teenage star, as he had his breakout single at the age of 15. Subsequently, he began to make headlines for wrong reasons, before he took a break from music in the year 2019.

In a new interview with GQ magazine, 27-year-old Bieber, revealed the extent of his drug problem and spoke about the development of his relationship with wife Hailey Baldwin and his journey into Christianity.

Bieber revealed that his serious drug habit was so bad to the point that security guards would come into his room at night and check his pulse to make sure he was still alive.

“I have a wife who I adore, who I feel comforted by. I feel safe. I feel like my relationship with God is wonderful. And I have this outpouring of love that I want to be able to share with people, you know?” Bieber told journalist Zach Baron.

“It was like I had all this success and it was still like: I’m still sad, and I’m still in pain. And I still have these unresolved issues. And I thought all the success was going to make everything good. And so for me, the drugs were a numbing agent to just continue to get through,” he said.

Bieber said his marriage has become a major positive force after a difficult start.

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“The first year of marriage was really tough,” he said, “because there was a lot, going back to the trauma stuff.”

But now, he said, “we’re just creating these moments for us as a couple, as a family, that we’re building these memories. And it’s beautiful that we have that to look forward to.”

Bieber says his faith is another reason why he seems to be in a better place these days.

God “is grace,” he said. “Every time we mess up, He’s picking us back up every single time. That’s how I view it. And so it’s like, ‘I made a mistake. I won’t dwell in it. I don’t sit in shame. But it actually makes me want to do better.’ “

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