In a video posted on his Instagram account, the popular singer explained that he did not control half of his face.
“As you can see on my face, I have Ramsay Hunt Syndrome,” he said in the introduction to his video.
The syndrome occurs when the varicella-zoster virus attacks a nerve located in the head. The nervous system then suffers, which, like Beaver, can lead to paralysis of one part of the face. In addition to facial numbness, it can cause hearing loss. “When I see this eye blink, I can not smile on this side of my face, this nostril does not move, I have a complete numbness on this side,” he said.
Earlier in the week, the singer canceled two dates in Toronto scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday, much to the chagrin of some fans. “For those who are frustrated with canceling my upcoming shows, I’m not in a position to do them,” he explained.
“It’s as serious as you can see,” the star warned, but he wanted to reassure her that he was “doing all the exercises to regain control of his face”.
“My body tells me to slow down,” he added.
Justin Bieber has given no indication of resuming his tour.
He then posted on the story that he was eating more and more hard and asked his subscribers to pray for him.
Thousands of support messages were pouring in on social media, including Twitter, but some conspirators have suggested that his stroke may have been linked to the vaccine. Justin Bieber cancels his concerts. He is very sick. His face is paralyzed … looks like a vacuum, “one user tweeted.
“After his partner, Justin Bieber became seriously ill and was forced to interrupt his tour.
This is not the first time the singer has suffered from a serious illness and he has shared it with his community. In January 2020, Justin Bieber was diagnosed with Lyme disease, a bacterial infection that is commonly transmitted by ticks and also pointed out that he had chronic mononucleosis.
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