Justin Bieber has officially canceled the remaining dates of his “Justice” world tour. On Tuesday (28 February 2023), the tour’s verified Twitter page announced that the final shows would not be proceeding.
In September, the multi-Grammy winner had declared that he would be “taking a break from itinerant for the time being” to reduce his health. He made the announcement on social media and explained that performing hold up “took a real toll” on him.
This undefined had undefined just weeks after he resumed the tour, which was already postponed due to his diagnosis of a rare disorder that paralyzed half of his face. Bieber had performed six live shows in Europe, followed by Rock in Rio. However, after getting polished off stage, he realized that he needed to prioritize his health.
Justin Bieber cancels remaining dates of Justice World Tour
Bieber revealed in June that he was suffering from Ramsay Hunt syndrome, which is caused by a zoster outbreak and leads to facial paralysis and affects nervousness in the face.
For those who have already bought tickets for the canceled shows, the Twitter promulgation instructed them to contact their direct of purchase for refunds.
By Mateo Feo
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