Justin Bieber has been forced to cancel his tour. The young Canadian singer has been suffering from Ramsay-Hunt syndrome for several months, which paralyses a large part of his face.
"It's killing me now", he sang in his song Lonely, which referred to his mental health. Now Justin Bieber is once again forced to come to terms with his health concerns. The singer has decided to cancel his entire tour this year for treatment.
His fans have been waiting for the Justice Tour since 2020. Between Covid and his medical problems, the concerts have already been postponed several times. Earlier this year, the young Canadian opened up to his community by posting a video on Instagram. He said he was suffering from Ramsay-Hunt syndrome, which paralysed half of his face. Better known as shingles, this virus attacks the nerves in the face, leading to skin rashes and partial paralysis.
Justin Bieber had already cancelled the entire North American leg of his tour. Then, as time went on, other dates were dropped, as were all the concerts scheduled in Asia, South Africa and South America. The Peaches performer still tried to keep the tour going and played six of her European shows in recent weeks.
Her most recent appearance was at the Rock in Rio festival in September. "I gave everything I had for the Brazilian audience," Justin Bieber wrote on his social networks. He then confided that after leaving the stage, he felt extremely tired. "I realised that I had to make my health my priority for the moment," he concluded. For the time being, fans will not be reimbursed and must "wait and see". No new date has been announced, just a vague "sometime next year".
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