Not sure why I felt the need to write it, to be honest. Who am I to interject if he’s doing what makes him happy?” he asked.
Justin Bieber, a singer, has apologized to someone for remarking. The Grammy Award winner, 28, sent the remark to Instagram Stories. “For some reason, I left a comment on this guy’s Facebook,” it said “since he was acting foolishly, I said, “Sad existence.” Not sure why I felt the need to write that, Justin Bieber remarked when asked about the cause of his reaction. Who am I to judge if he is doing what makes him happy?” Hope it didn’t offend him, the singer continued, “It’s been eating me up all day.” He said, “To the dude, I wrote it to the man I am sorry,” in apology to the unnamed individual.
Months after postponing a few performances from the Justice global tour due to his diagnosis with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, Justin Bieber has finally made his way back onto the stage. Justin Bieber wrote, “Love you guys and I missed you,” after posting a collection of images and videos from the event.
In June, Justin Bieber said that he had been given the diagnosis of Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, which had partially paralyzed his face. “As you can see, this eye is not blinking, I am unable to smile on this side of my face, and this nostril will not move,” he added in a video message. So, one-half of my face is completely paralyzed. For anyone disappointed by my postponing the upcoming performances, please understand that I am simply physically incapable of doing so. As you can see, this is a serious situation, the 28-year-old pop artist stated.
Justin Bieber will visit more than 30 nations on the Justice world tour. On October 18, the Peaches singer will perform at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi.