Earlier this week, the Canadian pop superstar, who’s battling with Ramsay Hunt syndrome, shocked his fans as he announced that he pulled the plug on the remaining shows in his ‘Justice World Tour’.
AceShowbiz -New details surrounding Justin Bieber‘s decision to pull the plug on his “Justice World Tour” have emerged. According to a new report, the Canadian pop superstar was “forced” by his doctors to cancel the remaining shows.
Daily Mail reported on Friday, March 3 that the 29-year-old musician’s decision was actually not his decision at all. Sources close to the star spilled that he was “forced” to cancel the tour by his team of doctors amid growing concerns about his ongoing battle with Ramsay Hunt syndrome.
“Justin is fragile and has been worn thin lately,” one of the insiders explained. “He was told that this needed to happen and he was left with no other choice. He knows that if he did not cancel the remaining tour dates, it could have a horrible impact on his overall health. If he does not have his health, he has nothing.”
The so-called insider added, “[Justin] feels horrible about it.” The informant further noted that the “Sorry” hitmaker “is aware that this impacts so many people who really on him and he is committed to making sure that they are all okay.”
Moreover, it’s not only Justin’s doctors who have expressed concern. His wife Hailey Bieber [Hailey Baldwin], family and friends have all been “worried” about his declining health, the insider added. “For so many years, Justin felt like he was invincible and that nothing could hurt him. But after getting sick with Ramsay Hunt, it became so clear to him that he is not,” the source shared.
No official reason was given as to why the tour was prematurely ending when the news was announced on the website. The shocking announcement stated, “Justin Bieber has officially CANCELLED the remaining dates of his Justice World Tour. Check in with your point of purchase for refunds for your show dates.”
Justin, who was set to perform in the U.K., Australia, Poland, France, New Zealand, Denmark and the Czech Republic, has not yet spoken out. He was first diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome in June last year when he was experiencing facial paralysis.
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