Justin Bieber wants to be role model to siblings

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JUSTIN Bieber wants to be a role model to his younger siblings.

The 'Boyfriend' hitmaker - who is the older brother of Jaxon, five and Jazmyn, six - hopes he can become someone they can look up to.

He said: "I love my brother and sister so much.

"I want to help them be the best they can be and being someone they can look up to is definitely an important part of that."

The 21-year-old singer also opened up about the importance of surrounding himself with his family.

He added to PEOPLE magazine: "There have been times where it has been difficult. But as long as I put God and family first, I can find my way through most things.

"I also find it important to surround myself with people who are honest and hold me accountable for my actions - that helps a lot, too."

Meanwhile, Justin previously apologised for the "last couple of years", which has seen him have multiple brushes with the law for wild partying, driving offences and vandalising a neighbour's house with eggs.

He said: "I hope people felt the sincerity in my apologies. There are a lot of things that have happened in the last couple years that I'm not very proud of, and I feel a responsibility to my fans and to the public who believe in me to make it right. I hope everyone believed it - because it was honest."

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