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‘My sickness is getting worse’: Justin Bieber postpones more concerts

Beliebers have to wait a bit longer to see Justin Bieber after the singer postponed his tour due to illness — but what is he diagnosed with?

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Canadian-born singer Justin Bieber’s health has taken a knock and he’s unfortunately had to put his upcoming Justice World Tour in his home country and America on hold.

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The 28-year-old singer took to his social media on Tuesday to announce to the beliebers in Toronto and Washington DC that he will be postponing his upcoming concerts, as per the doctor’s orders.

Bieber was scheduled to perform two shows in Toronto, scheduled for 7 and 8 June, and one in Washington DC, on 10 June.

“Can’t believe I’m saying this. I’ve done everything to get better, but my sickness is getting worse. My heart breaks that I will have to postpone these next few shows (doctor’s orders). To all my people I love you so much and I’m gonna rest and get better,” Bieber wrote on Instagram.


According to Marca, Bieber is battling Lyme disease.

Although the Love Yourself singer did not go into detail about his illness when he postponed his concerts, the outlet believes that the cause could be Lyme disease.

“While many people keep saying that Bieber looks terrible, that he uses methamphetamine, etc., what they don’t realize is that I have recently been diagnosed with Lyme disease,” Bieber wrote on his social media in 2020.

The disease has previously threatened the lives of other celebrities such as Avril Lavigne, Shania Twain or Amy Schumer.

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As per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Lyme disease is the most common vector-borne disease in the United States and is caused by the bacterium called Borrelia burgdorferi.

“It is transmitted to humans through the bite of infected blacklegged ticks. Typical symptoms include fever, headache, fatigue, and a characteristic skin rash called erythema migrans.”