Due to health concerns, Justin Bieber has postponed the remaining dates of his Justice World Tour.
Since receiving a diagnosis of Ramsay Hunt syndrome (RHS) last summer, the 29-year-old musician has repeatedly postponed the tour and informed fans that he suffers from facial paralysis as a result.
He stated in September 2022 that he will prioritize his health.
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The tour’s official Twitter account tweeted on Tuesday that ticket holders will receive refunds.
The performer had engagements lined up in the US, Australia, and Europe, with one coming Saturday in Manchester (4 March).
But, some of Bieber’s fans have expressed dissatisfaction in the past over not receiving compensation for postponed shows on the tour, which is said to have earned $55 million (£46 million).
The Grammy-winning Canadian singer’s most recent album, which included Burna Boy, Chance the Rapper, and Khalid, helped him further his career by debuting at number one in the US and number two in the UK charts in April 2021.
He later acknowledged, though, that touring in Europe had “really taken a toll on me” and that he needed more time to “relax and get better.”
RHS is a case of shingles that paralyzes a section of the face by affecting the facial nerve next to the ear.
It is a complication of shingles, a condition caused by a virus related to chickenpox, which many people can get as children but cannot be passed from one person to another.
According to the organization Facial Palsy UK, a depressed immune system that is less able to fight off infection can make the body more susceptible to a recurrence of the chickenpox virus.
It asserts that stress frequently acts as a trigger since it lowers immunity and increases susceptibility to sickness.