Singer Justin Bieber's manager Scooter Braun has said that the pop star is not done yet and that he will continue to "make great decisions and then make mistakes".
Earlier this week, after the release of his new album "Journals" the 19-year-old said that he will retire from music, but later added that he wants to take a break so that his music can mature. But, Braun thinks otherwise, reports contactmusic.com.
"It's a work in progress; I'm not done yet. He's not done yet and I expect him to make great decisions and then make mistakes; that's being human. And I think our job is to continue to care and be there for him and let him be there for all these kids," he told a TV channel at the premiere of Bieber's documentary "Believe".
Braun further said that fans will see the "Boyfriend" singer at his rawest in the new movie "Believe". "He's more vulnerable in the movie than any interview he's ever done, to the point where he breaks down at one point. And I think the humanity of it is what's going to be so shocking," he said.