‘I’m Going to Be Okay’: Justin Bieber Prioritizes his Mental Health over Touring
Justin Bieber has announced recently that he is going to postpone the rest of his world tour due to his
Justin Bieber has announced recently that he is going to postpone the rest of his world tour due to his mental health. He announced this just a month after he announced his initial break due to being sick.
The singer was meant to tour the whole year of 2021 but because of the COVID pandemic, the tour had been pushed back and began again in the year of 2022 – but he was forced to a take a break because of his mental health struggles.
Bieber Postpones World Tour
The Justice World Tour began in February but by September, Bieber had said he was in desperate need of relaxation.
He said, “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 assured his fans that the time off will give him energy again and he will soon re-vamp.
He then added, “After getting off the stage, the exhaustion overtook me and I realize that I need to make my health the priority right now.”
The tour had been announced to restart again in March of 2023. According to TMZ, some of the upcoming dates that Bieber will no longer be making include, “dates in the UK, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Poland, The Netherlands.”
The Biebers Have Been Dealing with a Lot
With Bieber wanting to work on his mental health, he also pointed out that earlier this summer was also diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, which he shared a video of himself with partial facial paralysis.
Bieber states in the video, “As you can probably see from my face, I have this syndrome called Ramsay Hunt Syndrome and it is from this virus that attacks the nerve in my ear and my facial nerves.” He clearly looks unstable and uncomfortable in the video.
After seeing the video, it was made clear that it was probably impossible for him to sing or perform the way he wanted to. He needed to take time to heal and he did. He has been taking time to recuperate but just keeps showing that he needs more time to process everything going on and get the rest he needs.
The good news with all of this is that he is going to pick up the tour so fans will not be disappointed, and no one will have to worry about getting refunds.
Both Justin and wife Hailey Baldwin Bieber have been public champions for addressing mental health in recent months, and instead of frustrating fans it just makes them all the more beloved.
Get better soon, Justin!