Justin Bieber Teams up With YouTube for Secret Project
Justin Bieber Teams up With
YouTube for Secret Project Robert Kyncl, YouTube's chief business officer,
made the announcement on Thursday.
Robert Kyncl, via 'Variety' It seems only fitting that Bieber should return to YouTube since that's where the 25-year-old got his start.
He began posting videos as a tween and
caught the eye of manager Scooter Braun,
who remains his manger to this day.
Prior to performing with
Ariana Grande at Coachella
this year, Bieber hadn't gotten
on a stage in about two years.
The "Sorry" singer has
been battling with mental
health issues lately.
But a source tells 'People'
he's doing much better.
Anonymous source, to 'People'