Beliebers! We got some news for you and they may or may not be good. After recovering from Ramsay Hunt Syndrome which paralysed half his face, Canadian singer Justin Bieber went all out and resumed his “Justice World Tour” in Europe. Fans were ecstatic to see the singer perform live on stage once again but the celebration was short lived.
The 28-year-old recently posted on his Instagram that he’s cancelling the remainder of his tour due to health concerns. According to the “Baby” singer, touring again took a toll on him which resulted in his decision to prioritise his health. So does this mean that his concert here in Malaysia is also cancelled? Let’s find out:
Justin Bieber announced earlier today (Wednesday, 7th September) that he’s taking a break from touring to focus on his health. In his IG post, the singer did a total of 6 live shows in Europe with Rock in Rio in Brazil being his most recent after recovering from Ramsay Hunt Syndrome. While Beliebers worldwide wish him a speedy recovery, Malaysian Beliebers are wondering if his concert here will be cancelled as well.
PR Worldwide, the organisers for Justin’s “Justice World Tour” concert here in KL finally released a statement on the latest update of his upcoming concert. According to the statement posted on their official Facebook page, the singer’s concert at Bukit Jalil National Stadium will most likely still happen. “Our understanding is the Asia leg of the tour is set to continue as scheduled,” the statement reads.
The Justice World Tour concert in KL is set to take place on the 22nd October which is next month, giving him 40+ days to rest and recover before flying over to our shores. However, fans are still not convinced that the show will go on and asked if they will be refunded if JB’s concert were to be cancelled later.
So far, the concert organiser has yet to respond to fans’ concerns. If the Asia leg of Justin’s tour is still a go, then fans better start “beliebing” in miracles that he’ll make a full recovery and ready to take on travelling the world again.
Update (7th October):