Justin Bieber worries he'll damage Hailey Baldwin

Justin Bieber is worried he will "damage" rumoured girlfriend Hailey Baldwin and doesn't want to "rush into" anything with the model.

Justin Bieber worries he'll damage Hailey Baldwin

Justin Bieber worries he will "damage" Hailey Baldwin.

The 'Sorry' singer still hasn't confirmed his relationship with the 19-year-old model and he admits he is hesitant to "rush into anything" with her incase he "hurts" her in a way they can't go back from.

He said: "What if Hailey ends up being the girl I'm gonna marry, right? If I rush into anything, if I damage her, then it's always gonna be damaged. It's really hard to fix wounds like that. It's so hard.... I just don't want to hurt her.

"I know that in the past I've hurt people and said things that I didn't mean to make them happy in the moment. So now I'm just more so looking at the future, making sure I'm not damaging them."

And Justin - who previously had an on/off romance with Selena Gomez - admits he worries about taking on the "responsibility" of a relationship.

He told America's GQ magazine: "I don't want to put anyone in a position where they feel like I'm only theirs, only to be hurt in the end. Right now in my life, I don't want to be held down by anything.

"I already have a lot that I have to commit to. A lot of responsibilities. I don't want to feel like the girl I love is an added responsibility."

Though the 21-year-old star is no longer dating Selena, they are always there for one another.

He said: "We don't talk often, but we're cordial. If she needs something, I'm there for her. If I need something, she's there for me."

Elsewhere in the interview, the 'What Do You Mean?' hitmaker revealed he had been taking ADHD treatment Adderall "for about a year" but has now given up the medication because he was suffering from anxiety.

He said: "I've been getting a lot of anxiety, and they think it's stemming from the Adderall.

"That's why I've stopped taking it. Or else I wouldn't stop, because I really enjoy it."

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