Justin Bieber wants a “beautiful wife” and “little kids running around” but the 19-year-old says he’s leaving those things “in God’s hands”.
Justin Bieber “can’t wait” for a wife and kids.
The 19-year-old pop star, who parted ways with long-term girlfriend Selena Gomez earlier this year, is apparently looking forward to settling down despite his hard-partying reputation.
“I can’t wait to have a beautiful wife and little kids running around,” Justin told America’s InTouch magazine.
But the pop star isn’t looking for a lucky lady just yet. Justin, who has often spoken of his religious faith, is leaving his future to be decided by a greater power.
“Those things are in God’s hands, not mine,” he said.
In the meantime, the Baby hitmaker is enjoying living his life to the fullest. When he does have time to date, the star insists he couldn’t be more of a gentleman.
“I’m not going to lie. It’s fun to be young, fall in love and be in love,” Justin said. “My mom taught me how to treat a woman right, so I enjoy taking a girl out and doing nice things for her. Everyone deserves to feel like they are the most special person in the world.”
The teenage heartthrob has been the subject of several unsavoury media reports in recent months.
TMZ claims his entourage was stopped in Miami earlier this month after police received an anonymous tip someone travelling with the star was carrying illegal drugs.
Authorities reportedly found nothing in the search but it wasn’t the first time Justin’s crew had been stopped.
The singer’s tour bus was reportedly seized for drugs during the North American leg of his Believe concert tour earlier this year.
The star has also been accused of smoking pot after posting an Instagram video in which he appeared to be high as he giggled throughout.
Justin has even been criticised for diva-like behaviour, including being late for shows and allegedly spitting on fans from a balcony of his hotel last month.
Justin’s spokesperson denied the latter incident and the star admits all the negativity is an unwanted distraction from his work.
Copyright: Cover Media 2013
Wednesday, 21. August 2013