He may be one of Pop’s more confident performers, acquiring legions of loyal fans with his hit singles ‘Whatcha Say‘ and ‘Don’t Wanna Go Home‘ but according to singer/songwriter Jason Derulo he was the victim of bullying as a child because of his passion for music.
The performer, whose latest LP ‘Future History‘ hits stores September 27th revealed:
I was prone to taunts when I was younger because I was into singing. But I’m a pretty big guy and when that stuff happened to me, I didn’t back down – I got into fights all the time.
Going onto explain:
If you’re being bullied, you do have to put a stop to it straight away because if you do back down, it’s them winning and they’ll do it more. Stand up to it and it’ll go away because bullies don’t want to fight, they just want to show off.
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Posted By: Overcome |
6/25/12 12:44 PM
You got bullied for singing and not playing sports like the rest of the boys at school but now you are getting paid for singing and id bet the farm that none of the boys you went to school with are getting paid for being good at sports.
Posted By: Treatment |
6/27/12 12:56 PM
I guess the bullying was worth it because I LOVE your music!