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Justin Bieber Taking Month Off to “Grow up”

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Justin Bieber has revealed that he plans to take a break from his showbiz career to take stock of his life and where he is headed.

The ‘Next To You’ singer revealed that he intends to spend a month off from showbiz, relaxing with friends and thinking about his life in order to “grow up.”

As Justin Bieber explained, he has been working hard now for some considerable time. What he has achieved has been phenomenal, especially when you consider that the boy if only seventeen. He has achieved a lot in his time. No wonder he is looking forward to taking some vacation time and hanging out with friends and family.

Bieber admits that he feels he is still growing up and that with working so hard every day “you don’t really get a chance to figure out who you are.”

So how is Justin planning to spend his little vacation? He says he wants to spend the time thinking, praying and sleeping in a lot.

The teen pop star has recently gone on record as saying that going to college is not a priority for him. Understandably, perhaps, given the height of his fame right now, he said that he would only consider it if his education could fit around his career.

The 17-year-old is much more than a pop star now. His women’s fragrance ‘Someday’ has generated over $3 million (£1.8 million) in sales so far. That is, within a month of going on sale!

It seems this ‘Baby’ will do OK for passive income on his growing up break, then!

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