Facts about Justin Bieber

As one of the most popular singers and performers of his casino terpercaya generation, Justin Bieber has garnered legions of fans devoted to his music. The Canadian-born musical artist hit the scene in 2009 and has not looked back since. 

With songs such as his number one single “Baby,” “One Less Lonely Girl,” “What Do You Mean,” and “Love Yourself,” it is no wonder why Justin Bieber has hit the tops of charts such as the Billboard Hot 100 and has won Grammy awards, and MTV Video Music Awards and more.

Born on March 1, 1994, in London, Ontario, Canada, Justin Drew Bieber was the only child of Jeremy Bieber and Pattie Mallette. When he was born, Bieber weighed seven pounds and 11 ounces. This is close to an average weight for a baby boy.

Bieber was only 11 months old when his parents divorced. He was then raised by his mother in Stratford, Ontario, Canada. He graduated from St. Michael’s Catholic Secondary School in Stratford.

At the age of 12, in his hometown of Stratford, Justin participated in a singing competition called Stratford Idol where he came in second place.

A college dropout named Scooter Braun discovered Bieber on Youtube and created an artist management company so he could sign him. 

Bieber owes much of his success to Usher after he later gave him a record deal, launching his career into the fast lane.

Bieber is bilingual, speaking both French and English. This is not a surprise since Bieber is originally from Ontario, a French-Canadian province. Justin can also count to 10 in German.

The Biebs boasts a massive social media presence with over 130 million people following him on Instagram. This staggering number is well over the population of his entire home country of Canada. He has often been a trending topic on social media platforms around the world.

One of Bieber’s most famous romances was the relationship that he shared with fellow pop star Selena Gomez. After their breakup, she did not want to remain in contact with him.

All of the fame in the world does not make you immune to cyberbullying. Bieber once admitted that he was reduced to tears after reading some of the negative comments by his haters. Bieber has since built a platform about ending bullying after enduring it himself.