Justin Bieber Appears Publicly For The First Time After Cancelled Tour
Justin Bieber is back there.
After suddenly canceling the rest of his Purpose World Tour and retreating from the spotlight, the star made its appearance in front of the cameras.
The 23-year-old star arrived at the Hanes x Karla party in West Hollywood on Thursday evening in honor of Hanes’ new collaboration.
Bieber had a special connection to the event given that he is also modeling the new ads.
The Grammy Award winner kept his cool and discreet look in a white T-shirt, torn jeans, pink sneakers, a back helmet and a backpack.
Although it has been spotted since the cancellation (sporting a pair of short films, not less), this marks his first public appearance since the extinction of its last shows.
However, as one source told E! The news that the singer felt “burned” from his constant tours, we do not expect him to spit out in many other events in the near future.
Bieber explained in more detail the need for some private time when he conveyed a long personal message to his fans on social networks. “I want you to know that this tour was incredible and taught me a lot about myself.”
“I remember the blessing that I must have a voice in this world.I learned that the more you appreciate your call, The more you want to protect your vocation,” he wrote in part.
As he continued: “I, taking this time now, I am saying that I want to be sustainable. I want my career to be sustainable, but I also want my heart and soul to be lasting so that I can be the man I want to be, the husband I want to finish and the father I want to be. “
While the star does what he needs to do, he has the support of some other famous faces, such as John Mayer. “When someone draws the remaining dates of a tour, it means they would have done real damage to themselves if they continued,” John told his supporters.
“We’ve lost so many awesome artists lately … I give Justin [thumbs up] for understanding that it’s time to call him.”
The longtime manager of Bieber, Scooter Braun, also had the return of his customer. “The soul and well-being of a man I really care about came first and we all have to respect and honor him,” he wrote on Instagram. “Justin will be back and I know he’s looking forward to playing for you and all of you. One chapter ends and another begins.”