The younger brother of Justin Bieber could follow in the footsteps of singer

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Now with the quarantine, the canadian singer Justin Bieber and his wife Hailey Baldwin Bieber have been locked in their housing in Canada, but it seems that the couple has not been alone all this time, as Justin shared a picture where he was accompanied by his younger brother, who apparently wants to follow in his footsteps in music.

Remember that Justin Bieber he started his career since he was a teenager. Thanks to the videos that went up on Youtube, the interpreter was contacted by the famous music producer Scooter Braun who forged the career of Justin since 2008 and up to the present.

But it was not until 2010 with the release of the song “Baby”, Justin Bieber that at that time I was 16 years old, became a pop star in the united States and the rest of the world. Now 10 years later, is one of the singers more recognized by the youth and has won several awards thanks to his successful career as a musician.




Justin Bieber and his younger brother

It seems that Jaxon, the younger brother of Bieber, he also wants to follow in the footsteps of the singer. In a recent publication that made the interpreter of “Yummy”, showed that the lesser of 10 years has an interest in the music, since he appeared playing drums.

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Accompanying the photo, Justin, 26-year-old wrote “I love You with all my heart.” The image filled with tenderness the social networks of the canadian, and the fans could not avoid acknowledging that the brothers did seem to regret that they are not of the same mother.

However, until the time the parents of little Jaxon have not said whether they will leave the child to start a musical career like his older brother. Since we know that Justin had a difficult life starting in the industry from a very young age; what conllevo who had emotional problems such as depression and disappears into the addictions to harmful substances.