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Justin Bieber explains his illness in a video

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(Chicago Popular) — – Welcome to the Chicago News. The subject of this news is Justin Bieber explains his illness in a video
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My disease is getting worse“: Read the message published on social media a few days ago by Justin Bieberwhich had worried fans as it was also announced stop for some dates of the “Justice World Tour”. The pop star, however, had not provided details on what he would be forced to face and many had thought it could be related to Lyme disease, of which the artist revealed two years ago that he suffers along with chronic mononucleosis. Now, through a video shared on social networks, it was the Canadian singer himself a explain the reason behind the cancellation of some of his concerts in Canada and the United States.

I have Ramsay Hunt syndromedue to a virus attacking the nerve in my ear and my facial nerves causing paralysis of the face“, Explained the voice of” Sorry “:” For those who are sorry for the cancellations of my upcoming shows, I can say that obviously I am not physically capable of putting on a show“.

In addition to telling of not being able to close the lid of the right eye, and that the same side of the face is practically immobilized, in the clip lasting a few minutes, shown above, Justin Bieber then informed: “It will get better, I am doing a lot of exercises to get my face back to normal. It will just take some time ”.

At the moment, the two Italian stages of the tour in support of the last album released last year by the singer, “Justice”, scheduled for July 31 in Lucca and January 28, 2023 in Bologna, are still in place.



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