New York | Canadian singer Justin Bieber, who revealed in June that he was suffering from partial paralysis of his face, said on Tuesday he would interrupt his world concert tour again.
In early June, the 28-year-old artist announced on Instagram that she was suffering from Ramsay Hunt syndrome, a rare neurological disorder that paralyzes one side of the face and is caused by reactivation of the chicken pox or shingles virus.
Justin Bieber interrupted his “Justice World Tour” tour for several weeks to resume the stage in Europe and recently at the huge Rock in Rio festival in Brazil.
“This weekend I gave everything for the Brazilians (but) when I left the stage I was tired and I realized that my health should be a priority,” he wrote on his Instagram account.
“So I’m going to take a break from my tour, and for now (…) it’s going to be good, but I need to rest to feel better,” the “Beach” singer continued, without giving a date. He returned to his concerts, which were scheduled to last until the following March.
His “Justice World Tour” was abruptly cut short in New York in June and several concerts in the US and Canada were cancelled.
Justin Bieber’s tour, which will not resume due to the Covid-19 pandemic, has already been postponed twice.
The Canadian was nominated in eight categories at the Grammy Awards last April, but did not win any awards. He received two throughout his career.
Apart from facial nerve palsy, Ramsay Hunt syndrome (discovered by the American neurologist of the same name in 1907) causes a skin rash affecting the ear or mouth.
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