In the snippet of Justin Bieber's very emotional new YouTube documentary special titled ''Justin Bieber:Next Chapter'', he talked about his life with his wife Hailey Bieber during the coronavirus pandemic.
The love yourself singer, who has always been transparent about struggling with mental health shared how he questioned at some point, if the pain he felt would "ever go away." He also said he finally found a place of peace. “There's a lot more confidence in my relationships," he explained, before adding: "Now, I just have hope in my relationship with God."
Justin talked about how his Change tour was cancelled due to the coronavirus, and how he had time to work on a new album in the quarantine period. "I want to make content that will inspire, and make people happy, real secure people add value to people. They uplift people, lead with love. I could have avoided a lot of pain."
The singer also added how he had time to spend with his wife Hailey Bieber and called it ‘a beautiful thing.’ The couple got married September 2018 in a courthouse before they had a bigger wedding in 2019.
Scooter Braun his manager that has worked with him since he was a teenager also made an appearance in the documentary special.
"This is a wild, wild ride," Scooter tells Justin, "And I'm happy to be doing it with you guys."
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