Justin Bieber’s wild behavior has been turning heads— including Channing Tatum's.
In a new interview with Vanity Fair, the actor talks about fame, and why he’s grateful for finding it later in life compared to child stars like Justin.
“I worry about Bieber, man. That kid’s wildly talented,” the 33-year-old says. “I hope he doesn’t fall down into the usual ways of young kids because it’s so hard for someone to be responsible when they’re not asked to be.”
Recently, the 19-year-old “Baby” crooner has found himself repeatedly getting in trouble.
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Aside from his neighbors' multiple complaints about his reckless driving in their Calabasas, Calif. community home, he got into a verbal altercation with one of them in April. Before that, he almost physically assaulted a photographer in London. Earlier this year, pictures of the Biebs’ allegedly smoking marijuana surfaced.
“We’re not asked to do things ourselves,” Channing says about being a celebrity. “You have someone there with a coffee. ‘You want food? I’ll get you food.’ I put my bag in the trunk yesterday—I can’t drive here [New York]—so my driver, great guy, Terry, amazing, I call him T-Bone, I drop my bag in and left the trunk open. And I get around to my door, and I’m like, ‘What am I doing? That’s not my behavior.’”
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Channing, who just welcomed daughter Everly with wife, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, on May 31, says becoming famous in his mid-20s is much different than Bieber finding success in his early teens.
“I don’t remember who said it, but I do believe that whatever age you become famous, you end up staying that age,” he says. “Because from that point you’re not asked to be a normal citizen. I broke through at 24 or 25. I had lived a pretty diverse life. When I was finally making money, I knew exactly what I needed…$5.67. I’d have one meal a day. I would go to Checkers and get the No. 1 with everything.”