Report: Justin Bieber cancels all remaining shows of his world tour

Report: Justin Bieber cancels all remaining shows of his world tour

The announcement comes after the star suffered health complications...

Justin Bieber/ Instagram
Justin Bieber/ Instagram

Sad news for Justin Bieber fans who were hoping to see him perform on his world tour. The singer's world tour has been cancelled. 

This comes after the tour was previously postponed due to Justin battling health issues.

In 2020, Bieber took to social media to reveal that he was suffering from Lyme disease. 

"While many people keep saying that Bieber looks terrible, that he uses methamphetamine, etc., what they don’t realize is that I have recently been diagnosed with Lyme disease,” he wrote. 

Last year, Justin postponed two shows which were scheduled to take place in Toronto on 7 and 8 June, and one in Washington DC on 10 June.

Another postponement happened after Bieber performed at six live shows in Europe. After the show, the 'Ghost' hitmaker announced that he needed to take a break in order to prioritise his health. 

READ: ‘My sickness is getting worse’: Justin Bieber cancels shows due to ill-health

On Wednesday, the Justin Tour Dates Twitter account announced that the rest of the world tour has been cancelled. 

The concert dates have also been removed from his official website. 

According to the statement on the Twitter account, fans who had already bought tickets will get a refund. 

CNN reports that fans in London, where Bieber was originally scheduled to perform in February, received an email from events company AXS on Tuesday stating that the show had been cancelled and there will be refunds issued.

READ: Report: Justin Bieber to sell his music rights for R3.4-billion

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