MusicJustin Bieber, 28, usually begins his world tour in Toronto on Tuesday night, but a few hours before the start, fans were told that the show would be postponed. This artist announced himself via Instagram. The singer is ill.
“I can’t believe I’m saying this. I’ve done everything in my power to get better, but my disease is getting worse,” said the “Peaches” singer. “To everyone: I love you so much and I will rest until I get better.”
Bieber did not give further details of the disease, but announced in 2020 via Instagram that he had Lyme disease, a bacterial infection transmitted by ticks. Lyme disease can cause extreme fatigue, rash, pain, and fever, among other things.
The former 28-year-old singer shared his experiences about the battle with the disease, in 2020, in a ten-part series about his life on YouTube. Bieber is shown to be undergoing treatment with NAD IV, which has become a regular part of his routine to promote healing. NAD (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) is a coenzyme of vitamin B3, which is the main fuel for energy production in every cell of the body. In NAD IV treatment, this enzyme is given through an IV. “I’m determined to get better and do whatever I can because I know it won’t be just me in the end,” he said at the time. “Being the best for me will help me be the best husband, the best father, and the best friend. I also do it for all the fans who want to enjoy the music I make. I can’t do that if I’m not healthy, and I haven’t been healthy in a long time.”
Upcoming performances for “Justice World Tour” he has to pass on from his doctor; The new dates are not yet known. The first two shows of the World Justice Tour were scheduled at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, then Bieber performed two nights in Washington, D.C., followed by two shows at Madison Square Garden in New York. Only the first two shows have been officially cancelled. It is not yet known if other shows will be affected as well.
The pop star hasn’t had much luck touring in recent years. His last world tour dates back to 2016 with his album Purpose. His ‘Changes Tour’ usually takes place in the summer of 2020 but was pushed back to 2021, after which the tour was pushed back to 2022 due to Covid-19. His new album “Justice” was released in 2021, making “Changes Tour” the “Justice World Tour”. That world tour was postponed for the third time at the beginning of this year after Bieber tested positive for the Corona virus.
Justin Bieber will be at Antwerp Sportpaleis through ‘Justice World Tour’ on March 20 and 21, 2023. Tickets are still available through Site†
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