Justin Bieber postpones his Justice Tour due to health issues

Justin Bieber, a singer, prioritizes his mental health!

The remainder of Justin Bieber’s Justice global tour has been canceled, the singer said on Tuesday.

Due to his “fight with Ramsay-Hunt syndrome,” Bieber was forced to postpone the North American portion of his tour a few months ago.

Bieber said that he “went to Europe in an effort to continue the tour” after taking some time off. However, he said that the six gigs “had a big toll on me.”

Bieber gave his best at Rock in Rio on Sunday. “After leaving the stage, tiredness overcame me, and I understood that I need to put my health first right now,” he admitted. So for the time being, I’m going to stop touring. going to be well, but I need some time to recover.”

Justin said, “I’ve been so honored to share this program and our message of Justice with the globe. “I appreciate your prayers and support during this whole thing. I adore each and every one of you.

According to a source who spoke to TMZ, Justin Bieber’s decision to cancel his tour was mostly motivated by his mental health, but the Grammy winner might pick it back up if he improves.

The announcement comes after Shawn Mendes postponed his own global tour due to mental health issues for more than a month.

Mendes promised his followers in July that he will “come back as soon as I’ve had the proper time to recuperate.”
“As you guys know, I had to cancel the last few performances because I wasn’t fully ready for the physical and mental toll that going back on the road would have on me,” Shawn said. I was eager to resume live performance after a protracted hiatus caused by the pandemic when I embarked on this tour, but in actuality, I was not at all prepared for how challenging performing would be after this time away.

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It has become increasingly evident that I need to take the time I’ve never taken personally to ground myself and return stronger after consulting with my team and working with an amazing set of health professionals, Mendes continued. “Unfortunately, I must postpone the remaining North American and UK/European tour dates. We had hoped that with some much-needed time off, I would be able to take up the remaining dates, but for now, I have to put my health first.

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