Justin Bieber, Usher Advice Mean? Watch ‘Burn’ Singer Tells Biebs Not To ‘F*ck It Up’ In New Clip From ‘Believe’ [VIDEO]

By Rachel Levine October 25, 2013 2:11 PM EDT
Usher is now giving his own advice to Justin Bieber in a new clip from Believe. (Photo: Reuters)
Usher is now giving his own advice to Justin Bieber in a new clip from Believe. (Photo: Reuters)

Everyone knows that Usher will always be there for his protégé Justin Bieber. Now in a new clip from Bieber's upcoming Christmas Day film Believe, Usher is shelling out some much needed advice.

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In the new clip from Bieber's Film Friday series, the 19-year-old gets advice from people he trusts, including his mom, his manager and his friend Ryan Good. Usher, though, is certainly the most blunt when it comes to the Biebs.

"When I first met you, I told you, you can have all of this, if you believe in it," Usher says in the newly released clip. "And now it's happened. Don't f**k it up."

This isn't the first time Usher has publicly supported Bieber. In May, Usher spoke to Ellen DeGeneres about the "Heartbreaker" singer. "I think all of us in some way have humble beginnings that pan out to be incredible," Usher said. "And we hope that in his transition, as friends and family who has helped him be who he is, that he'll continue to just mature."

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"But you know, in this day and age of social media, there is no privacy. And that kind of trial-and-elimination period is kind of done in front of a camera... Many other celebrities are products of it, and some come out bad and some come out good."

"I am hoping for the best," Usher continued about Bieber. "I don't look at as a negative, though. I look at it as a teenager — a teenager having to live his life in front of a camera."

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In the new film Believe, Bieber is hoping to end the rumors about his out-of-control ways that have haunted him this year. "I just hope he ends up being a happy, kind, content person," manager Scooter Braun says. While Good speaks directly to Bieber telling him, "My advice is just to always just try to be the best person you can be. Stop worrying about being the voice of a generation."

Believe is scheduled to come out on December 25. Until then, fans can catch sneak previews through October every Friday. More fun for fans? Monday is #MusicMondays and Bieber's next song will be called "Recovery." We can't wait!

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