Se sei un fan della musica pop, è probabile che tu abbia consumato una canzone o un album di Justin Bieber. Dal suo enorme debutto nel 2009, il cantante canadese ha preso d’assalto l’industria musicale con i suoi singoli in cima alle classifiche come “Peaches” e “Baby”. Oltre alle sue impressionanti doti vocali e ai singoli indimenticabili, Bieber si è fatto un nome come artista di spicco. Dopo aver citato artisti musicali come Michael Jackson e il gruppo R&B Boyz II Men, il cantante di “Lonely” ha creato la sua personale modalità di spettacolo che è diventata un successo immediato con i fan di lunga data. Negli ultimi mesi, Bieber ha messo in mostra le sue abilità di cui sopra nel suo attesissimo “Justice” World Tour.
However, since "Justice's" initial announcement in December 2019, its accompanying tour has been riddled with setbacks. In April 2020, Bieber announced that the tour, formerly billed as The "Changes" Tour, was being postponed due to COVID-19. "In light of the current public health crisis, and with the deepest concern for all those being affected, Justin Bieber will be postponing all currently scheduled 2020 dates for The Changes Tour," the singer's management revealed (via Rolling Stone). After another postponement in 2021, the show finally began in February in San Diego. However, this was far from the last time that Bieber and his tour hit another roadblock.
Justin Bieber postpones his Justice World Tour for non-COVID related sickness
Since Justin Bieber announced his Justice World Tour, formally known as The Changes Tour, the singer has endured an array of setbacks. On June 8, the Canadian talent took to Instagram and announced that he would be postponing his ongoing tour due to a non-COVID-related illness. "Can't believe I'm saying this. I've done everything to get better, but my sickness is getting worse," he wrote (via Billboard). "My heart breaks that I will have to postpone these next few shows (doctors orders)."
Shortly after he uploaded his announcement, fans took to social media to lend their support for the Grammy-winning artist. One fan wrote: "I hope you feel better Justin it sucks being sick I hope you make it full recovery." Another tweeted, "Hope he recovers soon, sending over so much love and so many prayers for a speedy recovery." Bieber's mother, Pattie Mallette, even shared: "Praying for you @justinbieber Feel better soon. Mamas orders."
And even though the postponement has been a disappointment for dedicated Beliebers, this isn't the first time that the singer has been sick while on the Justice World Tour. Back in February, the "Yummy" singer tested positive for COVID-19 ahead of his Las Vegas show. "Due to positive COVID results within the Justice Tour family, we will, unfortunately, have to postpone Sunday's show in Las Vegas," his team said in a statement (via People). We wish Bieber a speedy recovery.