Justin Bieber's grandmother Diane Dale apparently is not a fan of his style. "He should pick up his pants," she told E! News during the premiere of "Justin Bieber's Believe" at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live on Wednesday, December 18. The singer's grandfather Bruce Dale, however, had different opinion. "I like it. I like it," he said.
In addition to supporting the singer for his documentary movie premiere, Bieber's grandparents defended the singer against critics who suggested he needed rehab following his headline-making antics this year. "There are so many lies going around. A little bit is true but most of it is lies. It's terrible," his grandmother said, as quoted by Sky News.
Bieber's grandfather added, "He's still a teenager growing up in the spotlight. How would you like to wake up in the morning with a camera shoved in your face? I don't blame him for acting out. I would."
Director Jon M. Chu, who worked with the singer for his docu-movie debut "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never" and the new project, also shared his impression of the 19-year-old pop star. "I think if [moviegoers] see Justin the way I see Justin, they'll accept him - warts and all - and see that he's not as bad as the press makes him out to be sometimes, and he's not as innocent as he tries to paint himself sometimes. He's a troublemaker. It's what he is and he's charming as hell, but that's who he is and that's what makes him Justin Bieber," he explained.