Justin Bieber 'Justice World Tour' Cancelled News: In a sad piece of news for the fans of Justin Bieber, the Canadian singer has announced that he has suspended his ongoing 'Justice' world tour.
Taking to Instagram, Justin Bieber shared the news that he has cancelled the 'Justice World Tour' citing health concerns.
In the long note, Justin Bieber wrote that he went public about his battle with Ramsay Hunt syndrome, where his face was partially paralyzed. Thus, he was not able to complete the North American leg of the Justice World Tour.
Justin said that he went to Europe after training and consulting with his doctors, family, and his team to continue the tour. He performed as many as six live shows, but he said that it took a real toll on him.
Recently, Justin performed at Rock in Rio and gave everything that he had to the people in Brazil. Talking about his health issues after the concert, the 'Baby' actor said, after he left the stage, exhaustion overtook him and that he realized that he needed to make his health a priority right now.
"So I'm going to take a break from touring for the time being. I'm going to be OK, but I need time to rest and get better," he said, adding that he was so proud to bring the show and the message of justice to the world.
Earlier in June, Justin Bieber had cancelled a few shows on his 'Justice World Tour'. He had revealed on his Instagram that he struggled with movements on the right side of his face that included blinking his eye, moving his nostril, and simply smiling from the right side of his face.