September 29, 2022

Justin Bieber reveals a rare disorder, will his India tour be canceled?

Canadian singer, songwriter and actor Justin Bieber has revealed he was diagnosed with a rare condition that paralyzes half of his face. Justin Bieber suffers from Ramsay Hunt syndrome, he said in a video he posted on Instagram on Friday. The syndrome causes facial paralysis and affects the facial nerves with an outbreak of shingles.

Bieber’s post comes after his shows in Toronto and Washington, DC were canceled. The singer demonstrated in the video that he could barely move one side of his face, calling the condition “pretty serious”.

“For those frustrated with my cancellations of upcoming shows, I’m just physically, obviously not able to do them,” he said. The singer added, “My body is telling me I need to slow down. Hope you guys understand.” Bieber said he didn’t know how long it would take for him to heal. But he seemed positive about his full recovery with rest and therapy.

“I’m going to use this time to rest and relax and come back to one hundred percent, so I can do what I was born to do,” he said. Justin Bieber, 28, said he was physically unable to perform his upcoming shows but was doing facial exercises and expected to recover.

Justin Bieber was scheduled to perform in India on October 18 as part of his Justice World Tour. The Justin’s Justice World Tour will see more than 125 shows in more than 40 countries around the world, between May 2022 and March 2023. More than 1.3 million tickets for Justin’s tour have reportedly been sold, so far. to be Justin’s second concert in India, following his performance in Mumbai in May 2017.

Meanwhile, according to various reports, as of June 2022, Justin Bieber is estimated to be worth $400 million. Justin Bieber shot to fame at the age of 13 and became a global pop phenomenon with songs like “Baby” and “Believe.” He won two Grammys from 22 nominations, including a record and Song of the Year nod this year for “Peaches.”

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