Justin Bieber suspends his remaining “Justice” world tour, prioritizes health
Justin Bieber, the American singer, has announced on Instagram that he is suspending the rest of his “Justice World Tour” in order to focus on his health. The singer was diagnosed with the Ramsay Hunt syndrome this year in June and had just resumed his tour after the feeling better post the diagnosis.
Bieber took to Instagram to make the announcement, sharing with his fans his decision to prioritize his health after his recent performance in Brazil. Bieber wrote on the social media platform, “Earlier this year, I went public about my battle with Ramsay Hunt syndrome, where my face was partly paralyzed. As a result of this illness, I was not able to complete the North America leg of the Justice Tour.” The singer further that though he had consulted with the doctors before continuing on his European tour, the stress and hectic schedule took a toll on him just after doing six live shows.
Justin, the 28 year old musician, then added on his Instagram post, “This past weekend, I performed at Rock in Rio and I gave everything I have to the people in Brazil. After getting off stage, the exhaustion overtook me and I realized that I need to make my health the priority right now. So I’m going to take a break from touring for the time being.”
Bieber has assured his fans, “I’m going to be OK, but I need time to rest and get better.”
Bieber had announced his Ramsay Hunt Syndrome diagnosis this year in June by posting a video of his condition on Instagram. “I wanted to update you guys on what’s been going on,” he had said at the time. “Obviously, as you can probably see from my face, I have this syndrome called Ramsay Hunt syndrome. It is from this virus that attacks the nerve in my ear and my facial nerves and has caused my face to have paralysis.”
Bieber’s fans have flooded his post with messages of speedy recovery and best wishes. As a part of his Justice tour, Justin Bieber was scheduled to live perform in South America, South Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Europe, Australia and New Zealand through March 2023.