07 February 2019 21:32
Justin Bieber opened up about his faith in a new interview with Vogue. "I don't believe in all the religious elitism and pretentiousness," Bieber said, though he attends church regularly and believes in Jesus. Justin Bieber has his faith, but he doesn't think of himself as a "religious" person. In a new cover story for Vogue, the 24-year-old singer said while he attends church and believes in Jesus, he avoids "religion" as a concept. Read more: Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin revealed that one reason they got married so quickly is because they were waiting to have sex It was at a Hillsong location in New York City where he became good friends with his now-wife, Hailey Bieber, formerly Baldwin.
Read more:Meet the Biebers: Here's a complete timeline of Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin's 10-year relationship and whirlwind marriage "One day Justin walked into Hillsong and was like, 'Hey, you got older'," Hailey told Vogue. Justin Bieber has opened up about his troubled past in a candid new interview. For his first extended interview in years, Justin Bieber is opening the vault. In a wide-ranging Vogue cover chat alongside Hailey Baldwin (the two were married back in September), Bieber goes deep on the abrupt end of his wildly successful, Purpose-promoting global tour and details his lengthy period of self-imposed celibacy. The move toward celibacy, which Bieber was "more than a year into" when he reconnected with Baldwin in June 2018, was inspired by what he characterizes as a "legitimate" sex problem.
Also in the interview, Bieber talks about he and Hailey are reconnecting with God and the church. Bieber said, "I want to rededicate myself to God in that way because I really felt it was better for the condition of my soul. Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin abstained from sex until they tied the knot last year. In their first joint interview with Vogue magazine, they revealed that Justin was more than a year into a self-imposed stint of celibacy in June, because he had "a legitimate problem with sex," which he had been addicted to even though it had long stopped giving him pleasure. The couple first met back in 2009, became good friends a few years later, and dated briefly in 2015 but "negative things happened" and their break-up was "more like a very dramatic excommunication," Hailey said, as he would leave a room if she entered it.
Nick Foles is expected to be traded by the Philadelphia Eagles After buying out of the option the Eagles exercised on him, as expected, Nick Foles appears on his way out of Philadelphia, and Bovada has released odds on where he'll end up for the 2019 NFL season. Which Team Will Nick Foles Play for in Week 1 of 2019 NFL Season? Odds at Bovada Miami Dolphins +250 Jacksonville Jaguars +250 Washington Redskins +275 Denver Broncos +400 New York Giants +900 Oakland Raiders +1200 Tampa Bay Buccaneers +2000 Carolina Panthers +2200 Any one of these teams outside of the Panthers (+2200) would have great reason to want Foles under center next year. Sources: #Eagles QB Nick Foles is, in fact, buying back his freedom for $2M, voiding the new and final year of his contract. Foles is 30 years old and won a Super Bowl himself with the Eagles after replacing the injured Carson Wentz.
The Eagles would pick up Nick Foles $20 million option. Do the Eagles franchise their would-be backup quarterback to the tune of around $25 million, with the hope of then trading him to a specific team, rather than letting him pick his spot as a free agent? Should that occur would the 30-year-old Foles promptly sign the tender, forcing the issue? More than likely Foles agent, Justin Schulman, has already tested the free agent waters and has a pretty good idea of which teams are interested in his client and to what extent they'll go to attain his services. At the same time the Eagles, who have enough other situations to deal with, would love to have the matter settled before free agency actually begins, March 13.
Foles can also play the waiting game, since contracts are guaranteed as of March 13 when teams have to be under the salary cap. The Eagles best hope is that he's willing to work with them finding his new address. While some may shudder at the prospect of him signing with the NFC rivals Giants and Redskins, it's not unreasonable to believe the last thing Foles wants to do is face his old team twice a year. "So I realize like I maybe wasn't the greatest teammate at times because I was emotionally kind of all over the place." By the time he's cleared to go Nick Foles will almost certainly be a memory. As the Eagles decide what to do with quarterback Nick Foles, other players in the locker room are paying attention.
"I think it's one of those unique situations where, you know, a lot of the times it is a business but this guy, undoubtedly. If a quarterback gets sent to a place where he doesn't want to be, he won't be all in — and he won't be as effective as the team needs him to be. Foles arguably should be unfettered as to his next move, given the Super Bowl trophy he delivered to the franchise. Why would he want to go to a team like the Jaguars via trade when he could get more money by signing with the Jaguars on the open market — and when the Jaguars would keep the draft pick(s) that otherwise would be sent to Philly? That's why Foles needs to be willing to fight this one, without regard to whether the Eagles get irritated with him for taking a stand.