Justin Bieber Tells Fans Idol Worship Is Dangerous

Justin Bieber recently warned against the danger of putting your faith in people.
Justin Bieber recently warned against the danger of putting your faith in people. (Reuters)

Justin Bieber is not God, and he will disappoint you every time, the pop superstar told Mirror in a new interview.  

"I would really suggest to people, 'Don't put your faith in me.' Because I'm gonna disappoint you every time.

"Yeah. It's scary. But I want them to know that I'm not going to be able to solve their problems... I'm not that higher power," Bieber told the site. 

"I'll never be. I'm not perfect. I've made so many mistakes. I just want to get to a place where... I just want people to know humans aren't meant to be worshipped. We're just not. So when a human is being worshipped, this is dangerous. 'Cause it does nothing but give you pride." 

The comments come after Bieber's spiritual turnaround as he refocuses on God in his life.  

For his birthday last week, Bieber's mother, Pattie Mallette, tweeted that her birthday prayer was that the Lord would encounter her son.  

And last month, Bieber told GQ he would be a "terrible, terrible person" without God.  

"I feel like that's why I have a relationship with Him, because I need it. ... Like, when I'm by myself and I feel like I have nothing to lean on? Terrible. Terrible person," Bieber told the magazine.  

"If I was doing this on my own, I would constantly be doing things that are, I mean, I still am doing things that are stupid, but. ... It just gives me some sort of hope and something to grasp onto, and a feeling of security, and a feeling of being wanted, and a feeling of being desired, and I feel like we can only get so much of that from a human," he said.  

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